Apple is required to state Samsung didn’t copy the iPad on their website


And the statement must stay there for six months. Ouch!

Early last week, UK Judge Colin Birss ruled that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 wasn’t cool enough to be confused with the iPad and therefore did not infringe upon Apple’s intellectual property.

Today, Judge Birss has made orders forcing Apple to publicly state that fact as advertisements in newspapers and magazines (specifically the Daily Mail, the Financial Times, Guardian Mobile magazine and T3) and on their web site for six months.

Bloomberg is reporting the decision based on a draft copy of the ruling provided by Samsung’s legal team.

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