“After successfully defending a long-running antitrust case related to the iPod and iTunes ecosystem, Apple on Wednesday won a separate fight to keep videotaped deposition from late company cofounder Steve Jobs sealed,” Mikey Campbell reports for AppleInsider.

“District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers sided with both Apple and plaintiffs in her ruling, saying Jobs’ testimony in the iPod iTunes antitrust case, taped months before his death in 2011, should not be handled as judicial record and will therefore not be made public,” Campbell reports. “If the video were to have been submitted as evidence, or if parties in the case did not object to its dissemination, today’s ruling “‘might be different,”‘ Judge Gonzales Rogers said. ”

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