An anonymous reader writes "Pystar and Apple have agreed to alternative dispute resolution to keep the public eye out away from their disagreements and reduce costs. This will eliminate any rulings that would set a precedent over Pystar's claim that Apple is violating anti-trust laws by tying Mac OS X to only their hardware and thus creating a monopoly. This could result in a profit for Pystar's business, but eliminate their line of Open Computing Mac compatible PCs. On the other hand, what's to stop another similar company from doing the same thing?"
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