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  • Ken Starr tells Bush not to settle MS case
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    Ken Starr tells Bush not to settle MS case

    The controversial former independent counsel Kenneth Starr, who prosecuted ex-President Clinton, has warned the Bush administration not to seek a sett...

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  • US DoJ backs film biz in DeCSS case
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    US DoJ backs film biz in DeCSS case

    The Justice Department has filed an opinion supporting a lower court ruling that bans the online 2600 magazine from linking to the DeCSS code used to...

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  • Micron, Hyundai delay German Rambus case
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    Micron, Hyundai delay German Rambus case

    The eagerly awaited patent infringement counter-suit cases brought by Micron Technology Inc.

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  • Bob Dole joins anti-Napster team
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    Bob Dole joins anti-Napster team

    Even while the appellate court readied its ruling in the case by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) case against Napster Inc., due t...

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  • MS settles Java suit with Sun
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    MS settles Java suit with Sun

    Microsoft Corp.

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  • Rambus case raises open standards questions
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    Rambus case raises open standards questions

    While open standards are frequently viewed in tech circles as a counter to harmful monopolistic forces, the legal conflict between Rambus Inc.

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  • ITC rejects Rambus case
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    ITC rejects Rambus case

    The US International Trade Commission (ITC) has formally ended its investigation into alleged patent violations by Hyundai Electronics Industries Co.

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  • Movie biz set back in DeCSS case
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    Movie biz set back in DeCSS case

    The motion picture industry's California case against 21 people who have published a DVD encryption hack may have suffered a setback.

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  • BT sues Prodigy for link royalties
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    BT sues Prodigy for link royalties

    British Telecommunications has launched an effort to enforce its ownership of the US patent for hypertext links.

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  • Rambus v. Infineon put off til May
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    Rambus v. Infineon put off til May

    The judge assigned to hear Rambus Inc.'s patent violation case against Infineon Technologies AG in Mannheim, Germany, has been promoted.

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