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[[Category:Comes v Microsoft]]
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This index deals with [[Comes vs Microsoft]] court exhibits which offer a glance at the history of Microsoft abuse. For a concise summary of some of the exhibits, see "[[Petition text - overview]]".
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== Technical ==
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* [[Windows Naming Strategy]] (Exhibit PX07726)
* [[Windows Naming Strategy]] (Exhibit PX07726)
* [[Potential DLL hell issues]] (Exhibit PX08133)
* [[Potential DLL hell issues]] (Exhibit PX08133)
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* [[Not using internal APIs]] (Exhibit PX09501)
 
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== legal risks of using undocumented API ==
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== Internet ==
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From: Scott Harrison
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* [[Bill Gates: don't underestimate an OPEN Internet]] (Exhibit PLEX0_2273)
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Sent: Friday, August 08, 2003 5:54 PM
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* [[Microsoft: don't mention putting the browser in the OS]] (Exhibit PLEX0_2846)
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To: Michael Halcoussis; Mark Hanson (DMD); Rick Prologo
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* [[Sinofsky: write to Winsock]] (Exhibit PLEX0_2118)
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C~;: Linda Averett; Chadd Knowlton
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* [[Nathan Myhrvold: Internet strategy]] (Exhibit PLEX0_2281)
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Subject: RE: Crescent setup...
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: I did have a discussion with GeneB this week who's taking over compliance related matters from cmeyers. He did mention there were risks associated with using undocumented API’s in future releases from those that have previously been granted exception under security clause of the settlement agreement.
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== API ==
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: The recommendation is to not use undocumented api’s or to document the apis. We can’t document this particular API, the WFP api, since it’s a back door to WFP and that means anyone could effectively bypass WFP. (say with a virus or a Trojan app) ..
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* [[Not using internal APIs]] (Exhibit PX09501)
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* [[Legal risks of using undocumented API]] (Exhibit PX08624)
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From: Michael Halcoussis
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* [[Yet more undocumented API calls]] (Exhibit PX02667)
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Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2003 1:54 PH
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* [[Lying to ISVs about the secret API extensions]] (Exhibit PX_2383)
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To: Scott Harrison; Mark Hanson (DMD); Rick Prologo
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* [[Redocumenting the undocumented shell extensions]]
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Co: Linda Averett; Chadd Knowlton
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Subject: RE: Crescent setup...
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: Scott as we discussed you are looking into the legal reasons why we still might do this work.
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== Strategy ==
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From: Scott Harrison
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* [[Jim Allchin: Losing a Franchise]] (Exhibit PLEX0_2658)
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Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2003 8:30 PM
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* [[Warren Buffet on the Microsoft toll bridge]] (Exhibit PX02756_A)
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To: Nichael Halcoussis; Theresa Venhuis
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* [[Innovating Norton Desktop ]] (Exhibit PX04253_A)
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Subject: FW; Crescent setup...
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To discuss Linda’s questions with you:
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: Re SPAD: .. The risk is at some point in the future a 3rd party could register for the shell task and when set wrap as the "default" player via SPAD we don’t re-register for the shell task feature. Really this is not a violation of the agreement but it means we are not being as aggressive about re-asserting as the default handler ..
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== Bad Behaviour ==
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http://edge-op.org/iowa/www.iowaconsumercase.org/011607/8000/PX08624.pdf
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* [[Withhold win95 beta in retaliation for lawsuit]] (Exhibit PX04115_Y)
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* [[Kill Limulator competitors]] (Exhibit PX05055)
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* [[Kill GeoView ]] (Exhibit PX05138)

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