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Yup, one case for Motorola suing Apple and the other for Apple suing Motorola. When it is a case specifically addressing patent violations (involves lots of monetary payments for licensing and/or royalties owed) there would be a jury (Posner will have a jury for those 2 patent cases) but for a court case that is "just" honoring Apple the right to review Android's code there isn't a need for jury; they are simply requesting to review the code to be sure there are no violations of Apple's IP, to prevent or go forward with legal actions.

Ah, yeah, agreed. That makes sense--no reason for a jury on a decision to grant access to material. smile.gif
edit--how come I can quote someone, the text shows up as it should in my response, bounded by the quote /quote tags, but then some magical transformation happens after I click the "submit" button, and all of a sudden it's my username and previous post# being quoted, with the person I'm quoting showing up as the regular text in my reply (with my response just appended at the bottom of that text)? Happens a lot these days. Guess i ought to make a bug report.

Yup, quoting has been kind of odd since the new OCN =/ I like the old OCN better overall.
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Hands up if you think Apple is going to abuse the hell out of this information?

Hands up if you think any company would abuse the hell out of that information?

Hands up if you like this picture of a man I found called "Hans" because I mistyped Hands that many times just now it came out "Hans" three times!!

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