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The Courts

+ - Apple Forgot To Copyright Mac OS, Psystar Claims

Submitted by Preedit
Preedit (1073358) writes "Mac cloner Psystar is claiming in new court papers that Apple's copyright suit against it should be dismissed, because Apple has never filed for copyright protection on Mac OS X 10.5 with the U.S. Copyright Office. Infoweek is reporting that the claim, if it holds up, could open the door for third-parties to enter the Mac market without fear of legal action from Apple. In its latest set of allegations, Psystar is also accusing Apple of bricking Macs that don't run on genuine Apple hardware."
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Apple Forgot To Copyright Mac OS, Psystar Claims

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