Wired removes Hackintosh video after Apple legal threat

Wired removes Hackintosh video after Apple legal threat

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Remember the video that Wired posted on how to hack a Netbook to run OS X? Well Apple legal sent a cease-and-desist letter to Wired demanding that it be removed.

ZDNet's Andrew Nusca spoke with Evan Hansen, editor-in-chief at Wired.com who said that the video was removed and the posts are "under review."

If you missed it the first time, Gizmodo has re-posted the video and it's embedded above. View and/or save it while you can.

Topic: Apple

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  • Didn't know...

    that it was illegal to discuss how to do something... think it's a freedom of speach case waiting to happen. Of course Wired being a news outlet would prefer to cave to corporate bullying. So much for freedom of the press.
    ~Obelix~
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