Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 17th Aug 2009 22:57 UTC
Apple Apple doesn't have a particularly healthy relationship with the press; it has sued websites for publishing information it didn't like, and has tried to keep information under wraps that a journalist tried to uncover via the Freedom of Information Act. Now, however, it has tried to prevent The Times from publishing an article about Steve Jobs.
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how is this page 1 material?
by mckill on Mon 17th Aug 2009 23:49 UTC
mckill
Member since:
2007-06-12

i don't really get why this is page 1 new material, it's pretty much a gossip issue.

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RE: how is this page 1 material?
by reflect on Tue 18th Aug 2009 00:13 in reply to "how is this page 1 material?"
reflect Member since:
2007-07-10

I do. It is one in a long line of articles showing that apple is no longer a company with a capital A - but instead a company that tries to suppress information and harass sites and people they think could harm their reputation.

As much as I love their older hardware (I have nothing newer than 5 years) and their OS, I'm glad someone is shining a light on how they operate - it's not OK to behave this way and I sincerely hope people will notice.

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phoenix Member since:
2005-07-11

I do.


Obviously you don't. ;)

Repeat after me: if there is a READ MORE link in the article, it's Page 1. If there isn't, it's Page 2.

I know, crazy, super-duper difficult concept to grasp!!

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