Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 14th Jan 2010 23:08 UTC
Legal A few days ago, technology blog Valleywag's launched its Apple Tablet Scavenger Hunt, a sort-of contest in which people with evidence of the existence of Apple's much-rumoured tablet could win large sums of money. Apple apparently wasn't amused, as the company resorted to its usual tactic whenever it doesn't like something in the press: litigation, litigation, litigation.
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RE[4]: Woodwork squeaks...
by Soulbender on Sat 16th Jan 2010 05:16 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Woodwork squeaks..."
Soulbender
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Although that is very true, it is against contract law to offer an incentive to one party of a contract with the specific intend of getting them to break that contract.


No one is asked to violate any contracts though. What is asked for is proof that a certain product exist. If someone chose to violate an NDA to provide this proof that's an issue between that person and the company and does not involve the party asking for proof.

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