iPhone Prototype Probe: Cops Confiscate Gizmodo Editor's Computers

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TehRetroGeek

.....finally people will wake up and realize this huge corporation isn't their "buddy" The amount of doe-eyed love I see people give apple makes me want to vomit.

 And I don't care if it's "checkbook" journalism or any other type of journalism it IS journalism. I didn't "get" the story because I'd rather have a piping hot poker shoved up my yoo hoo than buy an apple product, but anything that takes them down a notch is a good thing in my eyes. Especially this gestapoesque response to the incident.

What kind of idiot company lets people take a top secret prototype device out into public and then gets mad when it shows up on a tech news website? That'd be like me walking around with my bank card hanging out of my pocket wearing a sandwhich board with my pin written on it and then getting mad when I find my bank account empty. But it is Apple, they can do no wrong.

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B1Gx5MurF

gizmodo's readership has a mac-tard majority

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M-ManLA

No lie, this is BS. Man you have to be kidding. 

 

Electronically charged

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Trooper_One

It's scary how a major corporation have such legal power over individuals.

A search warrant on a journalist is a disproportional response to this incident, which I suspect it to be manufacturered by the people at Mac.

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Trooper_One

It's scary how a major corporation have such legal power over individuals.

A search warrant on a journalist is a disproportional response to this incident, which I suspect it to be manufacturered by the people at Mac.

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ajax344

So, once apple claimed ownership they gave it back, if they previously never claimed ownership, how could it be counted as stolen property?

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bart3385

Jobs' company has real gone mad this time. Unbridled arrogance!

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Caboose

 Well, it looks like they're going to find out that...

*puts on sunglasses*

Crime doesn't pay!

 

-= I don't want to be dead, I want to be alive! Or... a cowboy! =-

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Queenof1

*queue Who music clip*

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Tekzel

Yes, I LOLed. I love Horatio references.

I have found the secret to getting past the anti-comment filter. Just avoid actually making relevant comments about the article in question.

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You know users... Buncha bitchy little girls.

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Caboose

 I've been reading lots of Kotaku articles...

 

-= I don't want to be dead, I want to be alive! Or... a cowboy! =-

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