During that lengthy legal battle against DAT, the record industry introduced its own form of digital music, the Compact Disk, which unlike DAT, was not recordable (by home users) then, and the CD remained uncopyable for more than a decade.
What is the need to prevent the defense from examining the software? Note that the reason given for disallowing was not "you can accomplish the same end with your own testing" it was "you might cost us money".
brands may, naturally and over time, branch out into other areas. Consider this: Nokia (yes, the cell phone maker) started out making rubber boots and galoshes. Brand owners, therefore, have a justifiable interest in keeping their options to branch out open, either because they might want to manufacture their own goods in another area or license their trademarks to others for that purpose.
Are you saying if someone wanted to make a car called Nokia and trademark the name, the phone manufacturer could block them because they might someday want to make cars?
Still waiting for where it says you don't have to zoom. :-) If you read that again, you'll notice it says "The new light field cameras take away that need to choose your focus and perspective". Zoom level is neither focus nor perspective.
In fact, I bet that anyone would assume that their partners are cheating on them if they find out messages of another man/woman on their partner's phone.
Seriously? I hope that is not true, because that is really sad. There so many other reasons besides an affair that a person might text someone of the opposite sex. I know there are people who would make that assumption, but I always figured that was the borderline insane jealous type, not the typical reaction.