Of course Apple would try this, but it's a load of bull. Read Mr Quinn's explanation of the issue
and how they had every right to release that info.
evo_spook, on 02 August 2012 - 17:53, said:
Maybe Samsung should stop being idiots first.
1st the ask to submit evidence months too late after deadline
2nd they then realise it to the public
The judge isn't biased, Samsung are being idiots or worse.
Glassed Silver, on 02 August 2012 - 18:04, said:
I could be wrong, but the way I understood it is that once you submit anything to court as evidence it's legally wrapped into a NDA-eque "coating" - making it public then is not legal.
- No court order forbid releasing anything to anyone.
- The court had actually ordered to unseal documents and keep the whole process open.
- Apple themselves had realeased information before about this very case (dockets number
1428-1, 1438-2, 1429-13 and 1451).
- Jury can't be influenced since they aren't allowed to read any media coverage.
Why should the case be dismissed, again?