It is no secret that Apple heavily controls which apps are approved for download or sale in the iOS App Store. To some, Cupertino controls so much that it is a point of criticism, claiming Apple maintains a walled-in garden that prevents innovation. Many others, however, enjoy the high quality apps that are safe and work flawlessly with their devices. The issue becomes much more fuzzy, however, when Apple approves an app that violates someone's intellectual property or rights; if damages were incurred, who should pay? Invariably, Apple, along with their golden checkbook, is called onto the legal pitch, which is just what happened a few days ago in Thailand. Will Apple escape with just a yellow card, or will they settle this dispute with a penalty check?