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March 05, 2004

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Yakov Shafranovich

NetWizard's blog is actually mine, not Daniel Goldman's (who is a good friend of mine). The patent issues important and in the ASRG which I co-chair, they have come up before with C/R patents held by MailBlocks (you can find some juice tidbits at http://www.solidmatrix.com/research/asrg/asrg-ipr.html).

Christopher Allen

Sorry Yakov! I've corrected the attribution above.

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