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Re: Copyright Misuse Doctrine in Apple v. Psystar

From: Rjack
Subject: Re: Copyright Misuse Doctrine in Apple v. Psystar
Date: Mon, 02 Mar 2009 14:42:57 -0500
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Hyman Rosen wrote:
Rjack wrote:
The law firms hired by the defendants continue in business in beautiful, spacious office buildings a fact that may easily be
 publicly observed.

Lawyers always get paid. And money is fungible. So as I thought,
 this is merely wishful thinking on your part.

As part of a settlement agreement, the plaintiffs are paying the defendants a rather handsome service fee to publish the source code on the defendants' servers.

You would like to believe this, and you would like the rest of us
 to believe this, but you have no evidence that it is true.

It's written up in the settlements -- the same settlements you seem
to be privy to.

In each and every case where the SFLC filed suit the source code is
hosted on the defendant's server (except Verizon who told the SFLC
to kiss their royal purple ass). It is certainly reasonable to
believe, in light of no registered copyrights for the plaintiffs
standing, that the losing plaintiffs agreed to lucrative contracts
for the defendants to host the plaintiffs' code in addition to
paying defendants' legal costs.

No defendant has ever filed a voluntary dismissal to prevent review on the merits

Well, duh. Defendants don't get to file voluntary dismissals.

Well, duh. Thanks for emphasizing my point.

Rjack :)

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