US District Judge William Alsup has ordered Psystar to permanently halt sales of unauthorized Mac clones.
According to AppleInsider, Alsup also banned the controversial manufacturer from copying, selling, distributing or creating derivative works of Mac OS X without authorization from Apple.
In addition, Psystar was warned against intentionally inducing or assisting individuals and entities from infringing Apple’s copyrighted OS X software.
However, Alsup stopped short of forcing Psystar to cease sales of its $50 Rebel EFI Hackintosh patch. Nevertheless, the judge opined that Psystar’s justification for distribution of the patch was unlikely to be approved by any future court of law.
“Whether such a defense would be successful on the merits, or face preclusion or other hurdles, this order cannot predict,” Alsup explained in a statement obtained by AppleInsider. ??”What is certain, however, is that until such a motion is brought, Psystar will be selling Rebel EFI at its peril, and risks finding itself in contempt if its new venture falls within the scope of the injunction.”
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