Apple warns developers that WWDC information is confidential

Mon, Jun 7, 2010


Once Steve Jobs’ keynote ends tomorrow, WWDC will apparently go into lockdown mode. iPhoneSavior directs us to a sign posted up at Moscone West (courtesy of Steve Rhodes), warning WWDC attendees that all information presented or provided by Apple, aside from the Keynote, is “considered Apple confidential Information, the unauthorized disclosure of which is strictly prohibited.”

Would you expect anything less from an Apple event? And note, personal blogs are also considered out of bounds.



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