Terry Gross, the attorney representing Think Secret publisher Nick Ciarelli, says Apple’s lawsuit against the site wasn’t filed to find out the sources of product leaks–it was intended to intimidate independent writers and bloggers from publishing confidential information. Gross plans to file a motion next month to dismiss the case on the grounds of First Amendment rights. “The Supreme Court has said, ‘I’m sorry, you can’t hold [journalists] liable. They aren’t liable; you can go after the person who stole it but you can’t go after the journalist.’ [It’s] the same thing here,” Gross said. “They filed against Think Secret because they believed that they wouldn’t have enough resources to fight this, and that they would cave and then that would set an example to other journalists who are not with any major media organization,” he said.