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 Aug 03, 2009 - 10:37 AM - by Michael
* Apple gets nasty

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Apple have tried to pull a fast one - seeking gag orders on people who seek a refund for their exploding iPods.

?They?re putting a life sentence on myself, my daughter and Ellie?s mum, not to say anything to anyone. If we inadvertently did say anything, no matter what, they would take litigation against us. I thought that was absolutely appalling.

?We didn?t ask for compensation, we just asked for our money back,? he added.

Last week it emerged that Apple had tried to keep a number of cases where its iPod digital music players had started to smoke, burst into flames and even burned their owners, out of the public eye.
Apple, word to the wise: when you try this, people get mad and even more people hear about the cases.
 

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