Declines to bring charges against Gizmodo’s Jason Chen in stolen iPhone case
Who’s to say? The district attorney of San Mateo County, that’s who.
From the Associated Press, 13 months later:
There’s long been a disconnect in Jobs’ mind between the mainstream media (which he courts assiduously) and the bloggers who cover Apple (who get sent cease & desist letters from Apple’s lawyers). In the same D8 interview, Jobs said, according to the Register‘s transcript:
Below: Video excerpts from the same D8 in which Jobs describes Gizmodo as buying stolen property and attempting extortion. Then he launches into a speech about Apple’s core values. 3:46. Flash required. The full 90-minute interview is available here.Vodpod videos no longer available.