Kim v Watchtower, Google and Apple

Documents relating to Kim Seungjin’s free smartphone app for Apple relating to “Examining the Scriptures Daily 2014”. Watch Tower Society filed a DMCA breach of copyright. Seungjin filed a civil suit.

Kim v Apple

Kim v Google

Kim v Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania

Below are screenshots of Kim Seungjin’s iPhone app

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According to Seungjin his iPhone app supproted 124 languages and was . . .

. . . truly a gift from God that so many people can make use of this app in many different languages! No matter what our circumstances, the Bible contains the direction and counsel that we need.

. . . This app is very convenient if you don’t happen to have your copy of “Examining the Scriptures Daily” with you at work, school, etc… Since you always have your iPhone with you, you can now keep day’s text right by your side. With support for multiple languages, people from many different lands can read the daily text from within one app. You can use this App in your life, car, bus, train, subway, ship, airplane, on the street, on the field service, at school, at work place, anywhere, anytime!

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Jehovah’s Witnesses . . . Proclaimers of “soon” since 1879.

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