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On Mon, Jul 4, 2011 at 12:59, planas <> wrote:

... My fear is the
technically illiterate Federal Courts would find grounds favorable to MS
that makes no sense technically or practically. You are dealing with the
same basic group of illiterates that allowed software patents in the US,
so I would be wary of anything idiocy they could come up with if we were
sued over a screenshot.

A valid point IMO. Suing people over nothing is part of The American
Way of Life, especially if you want to stop them from some activity
(like competition) and can't do it any other way: bankrupt them with
nuisance lawsuits.


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