Wednesday, October 08, 2003

Eolas files motion to enjoin IE | CNET News.com

Eolas files motion to enjoin IE | CNET News.com "Eolas Technologies on Monday filed a motion to permanently enjoin Microsoft's distribution of its Internet Explorer browser amid a flurry of court filings by both sides in the pivotal patent infringement case.
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... the changes we rolled out for IE are modest and will not have significant impact on consumers or the Web community as a whole," Microsoft's Wallent said. "Based on that, the idea that we would pay more than $630 million to get rid of a single mouse click on a small fraction of Web pages is not something that we're entertaining."

Somehow I suspect these guys aren't going to get a lot of sympathy cards when their patent is thrown out.
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