Proview Issues Press Release Charging Apple With Fraud and Unfair Competition

Proview Issues Press Release Charging Apple With Fraud and Unfair Competition

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ted - February 28, 2012 at 9:00am
when apple sells device they also require user to accept agrrement stating how the device can be used and for what purposes. Proview made a point and is on right track to pump fraudster
Tim - February 28, 2012 at 1:12pm
Irrelevant, it was an outright sale made to hide intelectual properties of a large company. Also so they dont get boned just like they are now. Out of greed. And once a device is paid for in full apple doesn't care if you use it for something else, other than removing support. Which makes sense. This is kinda only since last year tho.
ted - February 29, 2012 at 1:41am
This is about ProView IP not Apple's and you should improve reading skills. And yes Proview has every right to "bone" Apple just as Apple "bones" buyers of their IP. When you learn to read agreement updates you accept once in a while to be able use their devices you might understand Apple hypocrysy. For example they still push to make jailbreaking illegal
lepaka - February 28, 2012 at 7:46am
will be not a easy fight, but is clear Proview Creditors are willing to go ahead to try to get more money. i am sure they will not win this one in US, it is very easy Apple never did any business/contract with Proview. so if Proview was cheated, it was by IPAD Ltda not by Apple.
Tim - February 28, 2012 at 4:25am
This situation is why they were intentionally misled in the first place. Yes it's deceiving, but its a trademark. It's not a child you adopted and promised child services you wouldent abuse. Proview is just digging for apples billions it has in spare change. Unfortunately in our world I bet they win.
Steve Jubs the Messiah - February 28, 2012 at 3:29am
These fucking kitchen sinks ain't got a leg to stand on... Why dont the courts tell em to fuck right off?
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