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Re: [dvd-discuss] more dmca nonsence- Correction

If Lexmark is selling the printers at near cost or below with this "feature" to exclude the third party suppliers, does that constitute a tying arrangement for anti-trust? New approach to an old idea.

Jeremy Erwin <jerwin@ponymail.com>
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01/13/2003 11:07 AM
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        Subject:        [dvd-discuss] more dmca nonsence- Correction

Earlier I implied that the Lexmark cartridges were inkjet cartridges--
but in fact, they are toner cartridges for a laser printer-- Aside from
making everything a bit more expensive, this doesn't change much of