“You cannot guarantee that the documents that were destroyed will contradict the testimony we’re going to hear?”
“We’ll never know that,” Moskowitz replied.
And with that, Epic seems to have thoroughly made its point that Google may have destroyed evidence. Not that it did — but that it might have.
The court is going on a short break.
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The AIs are officially out of control
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Spotify HiFi is still MIA after three years, and now so is my subscription
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