In her 65-page ruling denying Apple’s request for a preliminary
injunction against Samsung, Koh attempted to redact nearly two
dozen sentences or short fragments. But because of a formatting
characteristic in the prior electronic version, the redacted
material can be viewed by copying text from the PDF and pasting it
into another document. […]
According to the redacted portions, Apple’s own studies show that
existing customers are unlikely to switch from iPhones to Samsung
devices. Instead, the evidence suggests an increase in sales of
Samsung smartphones is likely to come at the expense of other
smartphones with Android operating systems, Koh wrote.
Nothing shocking about that, but it’s interesting.