Seriously now, what sort of documentation would a hobby-rumor site keep? Shred shred shred! <br><br>I wonder what would happen if he has no documentation, and he simply maintained that he doesn't remember the source's real name/info?<br><br>What would happen then?<br><br>--------------------<br>
Then Apple will do what they're doing with Powerpage, which is subpoena his ISP. <br><br>I do wonder, though....what if the Apple employee that sent the info sent it from a public computer at the library using a phony Yahoo or Hotmail account? There wouldn't be any useful info there. <br><br>
Keep in mind that Apple, most likely, doesn't care who his sources are, and doesn't care if they ever find out. What they are doing is trying to scare people into respecting the contract they accepted when they opened the software.<br><br>
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