"Andover.Net lawyers acting for Slashdot have raised a
theatrical two fingers to Microsoft, setting the stage for yet
another test case under the recently passed Digital Media Copyright
"Slashdot was responding to Microsoft's "Designated Agent" who
last week requested that the site remove postings containing
details of Microsoft's extensions to the Kerberos protocol."
"As a general matter, it is the policy of Slashdot not to
interfere with or censor the communications of its users," writes
Mark D Robins on behalf of Andover.Net, particularly "given their
apparent relevance to issues in the current antitrust litigation
between the Microsoft and the government."
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