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Apple and copyright
Published: Wednesday 2005-04-06.
is usually rather quick in claiming copyright and patent rights for their
ideas, that, for instance, is why
just as quick as it appeared.
With that kind of response one would think that Apple themselves would
respect other copyrights, but as Arve writes,
Apple doesn’t care.
Okay, so it can very well be a human error that resulted in the material
ending up there, but what is remarkable is how badly Apple has handled the