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Old Nov 11, 2012, 10:11 PM   #101
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You know the funny thing about all these games Apple is playing, what with the extended quoted text, then the pushing the footer and now changing it back is only serving to draw more attention to the statement and draw more people to go see it then if they just quietly complied and put the text on the site the very first time. No one would have really noticed and thus very little chatter would be made about it.

Way to draw needless negative attention to yourself Apple, way to go!
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Old Dec 12, 2012, 11:18 AM   #102
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I am the law...

Originally Posted by blue22 View Post
I wonder how Steve Jobs would have handled this UK court order?

Originally Posted by dreadnort View Post
even if the judge is a tit a court order is a court order, if you commit a crime in another country your dealt with by their system.
Steve Jobs would have to do the same he's not above the law in fact he's not above anything
Originally Posted by nick_elt View Post
Its a court order, there is only one way to handle it.
Relax y'all, I was only being sarcastic, but clearly no one picked up on that fact, 'tis okay though.
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