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  Programmer battles
                  By Reuters
                  December 22, 1997, 6:30 a.m. PT 
  Microsoft (MSFT) has aroused the anger of a
  North Dakota programmer, a David who has taken
  on the software Goliath because he believes he is
  being forced to promote its Internet Explorer Web
  Brian Glaeske of Fargo, North Dakota, has
  complained to the U.S. Justice Department that
  Microsoft effectively requires him to provide its
  Web browser in his accounting software, which has
  nothing to do with the World Wide Web or the
  "Microsoft should not be permitted to force third
  party developers to redistribute Microsoft Internet
  Explorer in order to use (new) features," Glaeske
  wrote Joel Klein, the Justice Department's top
  pursuer of antitrust allegations. 
  See the rest on:  http://www.news.com/News/Item/0,4,17557,00.html
  James Packard Love
  Consumer Project on Technology
  P.O. Box 19367 | Washington, DC 20036 
  voice 202.387.8030  | fax 202.234.5176 
  love@cptech.org | http://www.cptech.org