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Site knocked down in MS copyright feud

In an uncommonly harsh application of a widely used Internet enforcement tool, a Windows news site was taken offline for nearly 24 hours this week after Microsoft accused the site of infringing its copyrights. Neowin was shut down late Thursday and came back online Friday afternoon. Microsoft’s Internet investigator sent a takedown notice on Tuesday, alleging the site was infringing the company’s copyrights relating to its recently released Windows XP Peer-to-Peer Software Development Kit (SDK), apparently due to a message posted by a reader in an online feedback forum. Full Story

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