The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals declined to hear Microsoft’s appeal in the ‘Vista Capable’ class action suit, and it’s moving forward to U.S. District Court. [Seattle Times] (Thanks to T.J.!)

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  1. jefffromNY says:

    Because the 9th Circuit is sooo apolitical. Weren’t they the ones who said that preventing global warming was more important than going with accepted views of the Constitution? Oh right, we need to imagine what our founding fathers would have thought if they were alive today, and only activist judges can do that.
    It feels weird saying this, but Microsoft is the one getting screwed this time.

  2. Alex Chasick says:

    @jefffromNY: How is your comment or the Ninth Circuit’s politics relevant to this story?

  3. Squeezer99 says:

    9th circus court of appeals

  4. ninjatales says:

    @Alex Chasick: Don’t bother Alex. He always brings up politics. It’s almost like he owns 30% of the GOP stocks if there was one.

    Everything is BLACK or WHITE, RIGHT or WRONG to this fool.

    On the case, I think the “Vista Capable” thing is legit. It can run Vista and that’s the truth even if it can’t run all the flashy visuals.

  5. jefffromNY says:

    Yes, there are such things as moral absolutes… You will likely learn that with time.

  6. Nighthawk Foo says:

    The problem is that your morals and my morals may not intersect.

  7. Novum says:

    @jefffromNY: No, there is no such thing as a moral absolute. Only a sith thinks in absolutes!