Apple has settled with all three developers it accused of releasing pre-release builds of Mac OS X Tiger through file-sharing networks.
The final case was settled this week. Apple "reached a pact with David Schwartzstein, who had been a member of an Apple developer group," reports ZDNet.
Litigation launched in December 2004.
Schwartzstein is no longer allowed access to any confidential Apple information, and is prohibited from sharing anything he may have learned during his time as an Apple developer.
Additional settlement terms have not been disclosed.