He’s been his usual self the entire time so far: soft-spoken, respectful, not argumentative, just occasionally trying to explain more. He’s easily the most polished witness on the stand so far in this case.
He’s also the only one I’ve seen looking at and gesturing to the jury, like he did a few minutes ago: “Why would you go to the Chrome store and type in Netflix when you could just use it?” he said, pointing out that the Chrome Web Store couldn’t justify as high a fee as the Play Store on Android.
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