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Here’s what the Apple-Samsung jury really wants to know after its first day of deliberations

01
May
2014

The eight-person jury in the second Apple vs. Samsung patent case in the U.S. is already working on deciding who copied whom now that lawyers delivered their closing arguments. But the case is far from clear to them, The Verge reports, as the jury has sent several questions to Judge Lucy Koh asking for more details. Questions given to the judge covered Steve Jobs’s influence on the lawsuits that lead to this patent battle in the first place, as well as more information on how the specific patents in question were developed and/or acquired. “What did Steve Jobs say at the moment he directed, or decided to prosecute a case against Samsung?” the jurors asked. “Was Google mentioned, and /or included in that

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