In its first week, the trial revealed some of Apple's product and marketing secrets which are traditionally guarded as if they were nuclear grade trade secrets. "It's not an exaggeration to compare [Apple] to the CIA or some other intelligence agency," Fortune's Adam Lashinsky told The Daily Ticker earlier this year. "They believe everything that happens inside is a secret and that pertains not just to…outsiders but also internally. They don't share their secrets [and] you're expected to mind your own business.
Samsung also defied Judge Lucy Koh this week by releasing an early design of its smartphone to the press — documents the judge explicitly excluded from the court case.
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