StationStops reports that the MTA has backed off at least part of its obnoxious “IP enforcement program” and undone some of the damage the agency caused between the company and Apple:

Finally, 2 weeks after MTA sent a priority request to re-instate StationStops for iPhone, Apple has finally put our application back for sale in the iTunes app store.

StationStops for iPhone – (iTunes Link)

My battle with MTA over the app lasted 2 months, and cost me approximately $2500 in legal fees and lost sales royalties, as well as occupying pretty much all of my work time with legal, political, and media action for 2 months.

Gosh, I wonder if anyone at MTA will feel any of the consequences for this.

Not really.

Originally posted 2009-10-08 00:05:06. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

By Ron Coleman

I write this blog.

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