"Overall, this Answer gets a C. Not a C#, or a C++. It reflects the real problem with being in a conspiracy: The self-interest of the individual conspirators often leads them to betray each other. It is entirely possible that, after years of litigation, Apple will be able to limit some of the monetary remedies as they apply directly to Apple (although, in an interdependent retail supply system, anything it saves there will be eaten up in lost profits). However, if Apple is only an "agent", it will only do as well as its "principal(s)"... and is breaching its duty of loyalty to its principal(s)12 with the specific nature of its Answer."
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