It appears the battle is finally over. After giving oral arguments on Monday, the judge ruled in Apple’s favor, granting the company a permanent injunction against Mac clone-maker Psystar. The ruling essentially give Psystar no room to move. The terms of the ruling are as following, according to the court documents obtained by AppleInsider:
- Copying, selling, offering to sell, distributing or creating derivative works of Mac OS X without authorization from Apple.
- Intentionally inducing, aiding, assisting, abetting or encouraging any other person or entity to infringe Apple’s copyrighted Mac OS X software.
- Circumventing any technological measure that effectively controls access Mac OS X, including, but not limited to, the technological measure used by Apple to prevent unauthorized copying of Mac OS X on non-Apple computers.
- Playing any part in a product intended to circumvent Apple’s methods for controlling Mac OS X, such as the methods used to prevent unauthorized copying of Mac OS X on non-Apple computers.
- Doing anything to circumvent the rights held by Apple under the Copyright Act with respect to Mac OS X.
Psystar has until December 31, 2009 to comply with the ruling.