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Re: Apple Corps Marches Out Legal Arguments Against iTunes
Posted by: Jennifer Quinn 2006-03-30 15:58:57
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As a disco beat filled a staid British courtroom on Wednesday, the Beatles' record company asked a judge to force Apple Computer to remove the logo from the popular iTunes Music Store. A lawyer who represents record label Apple Corps, founded by the Fab Four in 1968, took the courtroom on a virtual tour of the iTunes Music Store to demonstrate how it works -- and to show Judge Edward Mann how often the Apple Computer logo pops up.


Re: Apple Corps Marches Out Legal Arguments Against iTunes
Posted by: spectrum42 2006-03-30 16:05:34 In reply to: Jennifer Quinn
Sounds like somebody's trolling for dollars. What value-add is there in a legal encounter like this ? How does this advance anything ? Lucy is falling from the sky .. no diamonds.
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