Apple sues Think Secret for reading pages from their diary

Peter Rojas
P. Rojas|01.06.05

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Peter Rojas
January 6th, 2005
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Someone (probably Stevie J.) has gotten a little sue-happy over at Apple, because they've just filed suit against Think Secret for dishing the dirt on that headless ~$500 Mac that is supposedly going to be announced at MacWorld next week, along with their plans for a new suite of office software called iWork. It's not the first suit Apple has filed in recent weeks to try and get to the bottom of various product leaks, and the one filed against Think Secret is specifically aimed and figuring out how they got their information (they must be dying to know who it is in the company who is passing along their trade secrets). The suit also has the nice fringe benefit of more or less confirming that the rumors about the headless Mac are true.

[Thanks, Hamish]

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