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Submission + - Apple, by litigating, is giving away it's most prized possession: its secrets. (nytimes.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Apple, by going to a jury trial to defend the patents of its most prized products, is allowing competitors and the public to see inside one of the most secretive companies in the world. A similar case happened in the 1930s with a magician by the name of Horace Goldin went to court to defend his signature illusion: sawing a woman in half.
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Apple, by litigating, is giving away it's most prized possession: its secrets.

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