Blogophiles are hoping that a cease-fire between Apple and a young blogger spells the end of the computer company’s legal assault on Web sites peddling rumors about its new products.

But some media lawyers say that the part of the settlement that shuts down Think Secret, an Apple rumor site run by Harvard senior Nicholas Ciarelli, is a little ominous.

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