Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 14th May 2012 18:28 UTC
Apple "I think that Apple could be just as strong and good and be open, but how can you challenge it when a company is making that much money?", Wozniak told a crowd in Sydney, according to ITNews. They'd score so many brownie points the internet would explode.
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Soulbender
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2005-08-18

Also, there's really no grey area for hackintoshes. In most jurisdictions, they represent copyright infringement


How so? I was under the impression that a hackintosh is just an standard PC with a retail OSX installed. If I have a retail DVD set I can install it on any device I want and it will not be a copyright infringement. I am using the product for it's intended purpose. I am not making copies of the DVD's and am am not redistributing anything.
The fact that I don't use it exactly the way Apple wants is of no relevance. Apple can not tell me what I can and can not do in private with the things that I own.

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