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March 24, 2005

Apple's Attempts to Stop Website Are Not Working

The New York Times reports that in attempts to protect its trade secrets, Apple has requested that a website, run by a 19 year-old Harvard student, stop publishing information regarding Apple technology.   These requests, however, have not been obeyed and thus, the "rumor mill" of new Apple products is available. 

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