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The Psystar Appeal - Hearing (audio)
Wednesday, December 01 2010 @ 10:48 AM EST

As I mentioned on Monday, the Psystar appeal was scheduled for oral argument at the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco, CA on Tuesday, and we have the audio for you, if you can play wma format. I don't know why courts think we all use Windows, but we don't. But at least they make it available, which is more than the 10th Circuit has even dreamed of. But if you would like other formats, you might wish to respectfully write to the court and let them know.

If you'd like to follow the threads closely, here's our Apple v. Psystar collection of documents in the case so far, and the ones that were relevant specific to this hearing would be:

The main theme on Psystar's part is that they are not pirates, not a bad actor, because it's a case of copyright misuse on Apple's part. But what it's really all about is money, how large should the damages be.

You can pretty much figure out what is in the opening brief by reading the others. The three judges on the panel were Justices Mary M. Schroeder, Sidney R. Thomas, and Ronald M. Gould. Kiwi Camara argues for Psystar; George Riley for Apple. I can't tell you more than that, because I decided years ago that I couldn't agree to Microsoft's EULA on Windows Media Player. There are patent restrictions, and I got the impression it would spy on me if I let it near my computer, and the day I change my mind on all that, you'll know pigs are flying.


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