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Gizmodo editor's computers and hard drives seized in investigation

iPhone 4G leak sparks police raid

Police have raided the home of one of Gizmodo’s editors, Jason Chen as part of its investigation into a ‘lost’ Apple iPhone 4G prototype.

Investigators seized Macs, laptops, hard drives, phones, USB drives and a server in the process, according to Business Insider. The site’s parent company, Gawker Media, claims that the seizure was illegal.

While Chen is adamant that Apple lost its phone, Apple, and seemingly the Californian police, believe it was stolen.

Click here to read the full story at PCR’s sister site, MCV.

Image courtesy of Gizmodo.

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