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US Supreme Court refuses to hear PsyStar appeal

15 May 2012 1,590 views No Comment

Dying since the day it was born. Erstwhile Mac cloner PsyStar, whose “Open Mac” hackintoshed PCs were dodgy on a good day, was all but shutdown by the courts back in 2009 and the company has been appealing their case ever since. No more. Back in September 2011, the US Court of Appeals upheld an earlier judgement against PsyStar and now the US Supreme Court has refused to take up the case, thus upholding the lower court’s ruling.

“We are sad,” said PsyStar lawyer K.A.D. Camara of Houston law firm Camara & Sibley. “I’m sure that the Supreme Court will take a case on this important issue eventually.”

Well, perhaps. However, barring the appearance of a zombie spawning disease or comet, PsyStar is finally dead, dead, dead…

What’s your take?

via News.com, image Macworld, see also Wikipedia on PsyStar

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