“Apple detailed what it wants out of Judge William Alsup’s summary judgement in its case against Psystar for building and selling Mac clones without authorization: A permanent injunction blocking the PC maker from selling computers with any version of Mac OS X, and from distributing any products that help other people install Mac OS X on PC,” Jeff Gamet reports for The Mac Observer.
“Apple is specifically asking the court to prohibit Psystar from directly or contributing to the infringement of Apple’s copyrights for Mac OS X, circumventing the protections measures in Mac OS X, possessing any devices that can circumvent the operating system’s protection measures, and selling any devices or components that can aid in the process of circumventing the protection measures,” Gamet reports.
“In other words, Apple is asking the court to block Psystar from hacking all versions of Mac OS X, and from building and selling its Rebel EFI product, too,” Gamet reports. “Rebel EFI lets users install Mac OS X on any PC.”
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