Apple V. Apple: “Even A Moron In A Hurry” Should Know The Difference

Or so says the attorney for Apple Computer during his opening in the trademark case. Anthony Grabiner: “It’s obvious that the content comes from a wide variety of content providers. It’s obvious that Apple Computer is not the source or origin of the content. … even a moron in a hurry could not be mistaken about that.” Grabiner also contends, “Data transmission is within our field of use. That’s what (the agreement) says and it is inescapable.”
We’re not planning blow-by-blow coverage here. Really. But we will update the action from time to time as courtroom events warrant.

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