Notoriously secretive Apple Inc. has dropped legal threats against BluWiki, a Web site that hosted discussions about how to use computer software other than the company’s iTunes with iPods and iPhones.

Apple said it’s calling off the dogs because it no longer uses the software code that was the subject of the online discussion, according to a July 8 letter the company sent to BluWiki’s pro bono lawyers at the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

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