eWeek reports that Apple will stay subpoenas seeking information about unnamed individuals who allegedly leaked trade secrets in its civil complaint against two Mac Web sites. “Annalee Newitz, a policy analyst for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, said that Apple, which is represented by the San Francisco law firm of O’Melveny and Myers LLP, has agreed to hold off on serving subpoenas until after the Superior Court of Santa Clara County, California, has held a hearing on the EFF’s request for a protective order for its clients, two of the Web sites listed in Apple’s suit. EFF filed the request this week; a date for the hearing has not yet been set, but it may be held in early March.”