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March 28, 2006


Adam Fox

They've got them good and will be able to squeeze a nice settlement out of them. If Morpheus added in, it was obviously not an accident. Plus, this is RICO. That means treble damages. Not a fun case to defend.

I prefer non-computer VOIP like Vonage, but within a few years I think that computer-based VOIP will be easily integrated with existing hard phone lines without the need for Vonage-like equipment.

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