From Ars Technica
At the conclusion of a tense hearing that lasted over 3.5 hours, a San Mateo County judge ruled Friday that a top executive of an embattled and now-defunct bikini-related app company now must surrender his electronic devices for forensic inspection.
San Mateo County Judge V. Raymond Swope ordered Six4Three’s managing director, Ted Kramer, to hand over his computer and mobile devices by 9pm PT on Friday evening.
In addition, Thomas Scaramellino, one of Kramer’s lawyers, also had to give up his electronic devices by 12pm PT on Saturday. It is not clear whether the two men—who did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment late Friday evening—complied with the orders.
The two orders came 10 days after the revelation that Kramer strangely shared a number of files that had previously been kept secret in an ongoing lawsuit that dates back years.
In 2015, Six4Three sued Facebook in San Mateo County Superior Court. The company…