Apple CEO Steve Jobs has vowed to take lawsuits involving several online news sites – referred by him as bloggers – to the Supreme Court if necessary.

He justified his vow saying: "No one has the right to publish confidential information just because they can," writes Searchblog.

However, regarding Apple's decision to pull Wiley books from the bookshelves in Apple Stores after the company published icon - a biography on Jobs, the iconic CEO said: " I didn't want to do business with them," but added: "People can publish whatever they want to publish."