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Police: Student ate more pot than recommended
By SADIE GURMAN DENVER (AP) — A Wyoming college student who jumped to his death at a Denver hotel had eaten more of a marijuana cookie than was recommended by a seller, police records show — a finding that comes amid increased concern about the strength of popular pot edibles after Colorado became the first state to legalize recreational marijuana.

Fund raises thousands for exonerated NYC man
By JENNIFER PELTZNEW YORK (AP) — A recently exonerated man who spent nearly 25 years behind bars for a killing that happened while he was at Disney World is getting help from dozens of well-wishers who have contributed to an online fund for him. About 70 people had given a total of more than $3,400 to the campaign for Jonathan Fleming as of Wednesday.

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Microsoft Antitrust Settlement:

  • Interim Joint Status Report on Microsoft's Compliance with Final Judgments (U.S. vs. Microsoft) (October 17, 2003)
  • Joint Status Report on Microsoft' Compliance with Final Judgments (U.S. vs. Microsoft) (July 3, 2003)
  • Memorandum Opinion (U.S. v. Microsoft) (Nov. 1, 2002)
  • Order (U.S. v. Microsoft) (Nov. 1, 2002)
  • Settlement Memorandum Opinion (State of New York, et al v. Microsoft) (Nov. 1, 2002)
  • Settlement Order (State of New York, et al v. Microsoft) (Nov. 1, 2002)
  • Memorandum Opinion (State of New York, et al v. Microsoft) (Nov. 1, 2002)
  • Final Judgment (State of New York, et al v. Microsoft) (Nov. 1, 2002)
  • Executive Summary (State of New York, et al v. Microsoft) (Nov. 1, 2002)

    Sun v. Microsoft:

  • Opinion (In Re: Microsoft Corp. Antitrust Litigation) (Dec. 23, 2002)

    Netscape v. Microsoft:

  • [01/22/02] Complaint [PDF]

    Microsoft Antitrust Trial:

  • [07/02/02] Memorandum Opinion [PDF] (U.S. v. Microsoft Corp.)
  • [06/18/02] Order [PDF](State of New York, et al. v. Microsoft, Corp.)
  • [06/12/02] Opinion and Order (State of New York, et al. v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]
  • [02/27/02] Second Revised Proposed Final Judgment [PDF]
  • [02/27/02] Stipulation by the US with attached Second Revised Proposed Final Judgment [PDF]
  • [02/27/02] Proposed Motion for Settlement Memorandum of the United States in Support of Entry of the Proposed Final Judgment by US (exhibits below are part of this motion) [PDF]
  • [02/27/02] Appendix A - Comparison of Court of Appeals' Findings on Liability to Provisions of the Revised Proposed Final Judgment [PDF]
  • [02/27/02] Appendix B - U.S. v. Microsoft Newspaper Notice [PDF]
  • [02/27/02] Appendix C - Declaration of David S. Sibley [PDF]
  • [02/24/02] Memorandum Opinion (State of New York v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]
  • [02/22/02] Order (US v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]
  • [02/13/02] Joint Status Report of the Parties Concerning Procedures for Upcoming Remedies Hearing (State of New York v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]
  • [02/13/02] Plaintiff Litigating States' Motion For Appointment Of Expert Witnesses Under Fed. R. Evid. 706 And To Compel Inspection Of Source Code Under Fed. R. Civ. P. 37 & 34 (State of New York v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]
  • [02/13/02] Plaintiff Litigating States' Motion For Appointment Of Expert Witnesses Under Fed. R. Evid. 706 And To Compel Inspection Of Source Code Under Fed. R. Civ. P. 37 & 34 (State of New York v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]
  • [02/12/02] Defendant Microsoft Corporation's Statement of Facts Concerning the New Witnesses Added to its Final Witness List (State of New York v. Microsoft Corp.) (Case No. 98-1233) [PDF]
  • [02/11/02] Plaintiff Litigating States' Emergency Motion to Strike Eighteen Belatedly-Named Witnesses From Microsoft's Final Witness List (State of New York v. Microsoft Corp.) [Case No. 98-1233] [PDF]
  • [02/11/02] Memorandum Of Plaintiff United States In Response To The California Plaintiffs' Motion For Intervention, Or In The Alternative, For Leave To File A Brief Amicus Curiae In The Tunney Act Settlement Proceedings Currently Pending In This Court (US v. Microsoft) [PDF]
  • [02/11/02] Defendant Microsoft Corporation's Memorandum In Opposition To The California Plaintiffs' Motion For Intervention, Or In The Alternative, For Leave To File A Brief Amicus Curiae (US v. Microsoft) [PDF]
  • [02/08/02] Plaintiff Litigating States' & Microsoft's Joint Statement of Undisputed and Disputed Facts (State of New York v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]
  • [02/07/02] Joint Status Report (US v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]
  • [02/04/02] Microsoft Corp.'s Memorandum in Opposition to the Motion of Relpromax Antitrust Inc. for Limited Participation as an Amicus Curiae and for an Extension of Time [PDF]
  • [02/01/02] Order Deconsolidating Government's Case and States' Case (US v. Microsoft Corp./ State of NY v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]
  • [01/29/02] Notice of Withdrawal of Microsoft Corp.'s Motion for a Limited Modification of the Protective Order (State of New York v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]
  • [01/28/02] Memorandum Opinion (US v. Microsoft Corp. State of New York v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]
  • [01/28/02] Memorandum Opinion (State of New York v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]
  • [01/28/02] Notice of Withdrawal of Defendant Microsoft Corp.'s Motion to Compel AOL to Comply with Subpoena Duces Tecum [PDF]
  • [01/24/02] Order (attempting to resolve Microsoft/AOL discovery dispute)[PDF]
  • [01/24/02] Microsoft's Reply in Further Support of its Motion to Vacate Orders Requiring Public Depositions [PDF]
  • [01/24/02] Microsoft's Reply to AOL's Response On Briefing Schedule [PDF]
  • [01/23/02] Microsoft's Motion for a Limited Modification of the Protective Order - Part 1 [PDF]
  • [01/23/02] Microsoft's Motion for a Limited Modification of the Protective Order - Part 2 [PDF]
  • [01/23/02] Microsoft's Motion to Compel AOL To Comply With Subpoena Duces Tecum [PDF]
  • [01/20/02] Order re: Attorney's Fees (State of New York v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]
  • [01/10/02] Opposition of Plaintiff United States to Two Motion of Relpromax Antitrust Inc. for Amicus Participation and for an Extension of Time [PDF]
  • [01/09/02] Defendant Microsoft's Motion to Vacate Orders Requiring Public Depositions (State of New York v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]
  • [01/07/02] Order (State of New York v. Microsoft Corp.) [PDF]

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  • Appraising Microsoft Conference November 13 - 14, 1997, Washington, DC Organized by Consumer Advocate Ralph Nader.
  • Background Information on Legal Issues
  • Chicken Little Comes Home to Roost: A Misplaced and Flawed Economic Theory Bedevils Microsoft The full version of the September 1995 Upside Magazine article by Stan Liebowitz and Stephen Margolis.
  • Creative Insecurity - The complicated truth behind the rise of Microsoft By Virginia I. Postrel (Reason Magazine 1/98) - Libertarian Viewpoint.
  • Cyberspace Law: Microsoft Corp. From John Marshall Law School.
  • Die, Monster, Die! (Thoughts on the Demonization of Microsoft) by Neil McAllister.
  • Gates: Browser Conceived Before Netscape Was Born by Paul Andrews, Seattle Times.
  • How to remove Internet Explorer from Windows 95/NT Instructions from Netscape.
  • It's the Content, Stupid, A Real Life Analysis of Microsoft and 21st Century Society, Part I by Charles Kafoure.
  • It's the Content, Stupid, A Real Life Analysis of Microsoft and 21st Century Society, Part II by Charles Kafoure.
  • Judge Acknowledges Deal's Impact MSNBC story on the impact of the Netscape-AOL deal on Judge Jackson.
  • Making Microsoft Safe for Capitalism by James Gleick (first published in The New York Times Magazine, 11/5/95).
  • Microsoft and the Browser Wars: Fit to Be Tied constitutional critique of the Justice Department's case against Microsoft.
  • Microsoft Antitrust Page from the Center for Study of Responsive Law. Numerous documents relating to the Microsoft antitrust action.
  • Mining Company: Current Events: Law: Microsoft Attorney Paul Reed guides you through some of the legal issues.
  • Microsoft Fine-O-Matic The Justice Department has demanded a $1,000,000 per day fine for Microsoft's violation of a 1997 court order. This site's JavaScript will show you the running total.
  • Microsoft is Fed Up Hot Wired Hotseat Interview with Microsoft legal chief counsel Bill Neukom with host John McChesney (original broadcast date - November 19, 1997).
  • MSNBC Microsoft - DOJ Report
  • New video, same old Bill By Elizabeth Wasserman.
  • Oh No! Mr. Bill a WIReD Magazine story.
  • PC Week Special Report: DOJ vs. Microsoft
  • Predatory Pricing in the Software Industry Andrew Watson of the
  • Rutgers Law Record argues that the Department of Justice should be focusing on predatory pricing.
  • San Jose Mercury News - Microsoft Watch and Virtual Courtroom
  • Software Industry Issues: Antitrust includes Microsoft/Netscape information.
  • TechWeb: Justice v. Microsoft
  • The Consumer Project on Technology Microsoft Antitrust Page from the consumer advocates Ralph Nader and Jamie Love.
  • The Department of Justice's Unjustifiable Inquisition of Microsoft by Adam D. Thierer of the Heritage Foundation. Preview of arguments Microsoft will make if this case goes to court in front of lay jury.
  • The Microsoft Menace: Why I'm leading a crusade to stop its drive for cyberspace hegemony by Ralph Nader (Slate, 10/29/97).
  • US DOJ Press Release: Justice Department Charges Microsoft with Violating 1995 Consent Decree (10/16/97)
  • U.S. v. Microsoft: We're Defending Our Right to Innovate By Bill Gates (5/20/98).
  • Vanderbilt Antitrust Policy Project Microsoft Material.
  • What if Microsoft Loses the Antitrust Case? Justice is mulling over potential remedies to propose if it wins its antitrust case against Microsoft -- a prospect that seems more likely with each passing Microsoft courtroom blunder. From CNN Interactive.
  • Washington Post Focus on Microsoft
  • Yahoo! Ralph Nader Conference - Microsoft Antitrust News
  • ZDNN News Special: Bill Gates' worst nightmare, Ralph Nader takes on Microsoft
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