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A federal case was launched on the 18th of March against a vast number of defendants including the Intel Corporation. But the case is far from black and white, although by the look of it it refers to employment law. Nevertheless, Black and White do come into the case. The information comes from Company Sleuth, which offers an update on US companies of your choice. Labelled Cardwell et al, vs Intel Corporation, it cites a number of defendants including Intel, Black Corporation and White Partnerships. Can this be what we Brits call a wind-up, we wonder? A number of John and Jane Does are also cited... If anyone can enlighten us as to what this is all about, we'd be very grateful indeed. We asked Intel yesterday, and the PR people didn't have an earthly... And while we're at it, we note that Company Sleuth also reports Intel has filed a number of new domain names, one of which is INTEL64FUND.COM, a Transmeta like phantom which is "currently under construction", as well as MEDIADOME.COM, (which works), MYMEDIAHOME.COM (slow as a snail, we couldn't get in), and SSTANAMERA.COM, which shows a picture of -- three men on a boat! WWW.BEERANDSPIRITS.COM isn't one of theirs, is it? ®

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