“There is no conspiratorial effort being made to steal Apple’s intellectual property, Psystar claims in federal court documents,” MacNN reports. “Apple has accused Psystar of violating the license for Mac OS X Leopard by installing the software on third-party hardware; expanding on this, however, Apple has accused Psystar of having the help of 10 other people or companies, which it has been unable to name ‘The true names or capacities, whether individual, corporate or otherwise, of these persons are unknown to Apple,’ a statement reads. ‘Consequently they are referred to herein as John Does 1 through 10.'”

MacNN reports, “Apple has promised to expose the John Does at a later date, but in its response, Psystar denies both the illegality of its actions and the existence of a ‘concerted effort to commit infringement of Apple’s intellectual property rights.'”

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