situation. A young girl (3rd grade) has ideas on how Apple can improve her iPod. So, she writes a letter expressing her
ideas as a class project, and sends it off to 1 Infinite Loop. She received a reply...from Apple legal. The letter
stated that Apple does not accept or appreciate unsolicited product ideas with all the warmth and humanity that you
would expect from the legal department of a billion dollar company. I don't know what this girl's teacher
expected to happen, but I'm guessing it wasn't this.
Apple has since apologized to the girl and is now thinking of implementing a new policy for interacting with kids.
[Via Cult of Mac]