UNIT 2 OF ENGLISH LEVEL 2 REVISION.doc - Inside Reading Unit 2 Name_hani khattab Date_26/feb/2019 Reading Comprehension True or False Mark each

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Inside Reading Unit 2 Name: __hani khattab _ Date: _ _26/feb/2019___________ Reading Comprehension: True or False Mark each statement as T (true) or F (false) according to the information in the reading passage. Read this passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. Apple vs. Apple Apple Inc.'s iPod prompted a recent lawsuit that seemingly could put an end to the long legal fight between Apple Computer (founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne) and Apple Records (a record label founded by the Beatles). The conflict began when Apple Records sued Apple Computer in 1978. This first lawsuit was for trademark infringement. Apple Records claimed that Apple Computer’s logo was too similar to its own logo. In the settlement three years later, Apple Computer agreed to pay Apple Records $80,000 as compensation and agreed not to get involved in the music business. In 1989, though, Apple Records sued Apple Computer again. This time, it claimed that Apple Computer had violated the previous agreement not to get involved in music when the company came out with a new computer with music capability. Two years later, when the case settled, Apple Computer agreed to pay Apple Records approximately $26.5 million in compensation. As part of the settlement, Apple Computer agreed to refrain from selling or distributing physical music, such as music CDs. Page 1 ©Oxford University Press. Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use.
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In 2003, once again, Apple Records sued Apple Computer. This case was for distributing music via the iTunes Store and selling iPods. This time, however, the case went in the other direction. In 2006, the court decided that Apple Computer did not commit any kind of infringement or violation of previous agreements. This
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