I got that interesting e-mail from Apple two days ago. It's not that I wasn't expecting it, it's just that I am wondering how they can do it . . . I captured the G5 ad prior to Apple posting it on their site, and uploaded it to my iDisk. At the time it was the only video of the ad, so it jumped around the net pretty quickly. I soon realized it had been deleted from my iDisk when I got a broken link message when trying to download it. And now I have this letter. It's not that I am angry or anything-it's not like it was personal data or something. But I am just wondering, how can Apple do this? Is a public commercial copywrited (or how I like to say, copywritten)? Even if it is, shouldn't Apple notify me prior to deleting the files in question, in case it was important data, instead of getting rid of it immediately? Finally, isn't my iDisk like the hard drive in my computer, just on an xServe? I mean, Apple can't come into my house and delete the file on my home computer, why are they allowed to do it on the iDisk? Is there a legal difference between the two? Sorry for all the questions. I was just curious. P.S. Has this ever happened to anyone else?