Apple ends its arguments in the DRM trial, but it’s far from over

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All the evidence for the $350 million court case against Apple is now in, but what we still don’t have is someone to represent the some 8 million who purchased iPods during the class action period. That’s an important detail that’s still being hashed out ahead of next week, when the trial comes to a close and a jury of eight begins its deliberations. Despite the lack of a plaintiff, Apple presented evidence defending itself from the claims that it harmed consumers when creating the DRM system for iTunes and the iPod.

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