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  • Vile
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    Originally posted by Raz Meister
    heh, from 20 million back down to $510....nice.
    It's still $500 too much

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  • Raz Meister
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    heh, from 20 million back down to $510....nice.

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  • Dark Shogun
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    Mike Rowe had all the bids wiped it seems. Now the highest bid is at $8,300 and he has it so that a person has to email him for the ability to bid.

    Dark Shogun

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  • the Sandman
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    Maybe he's planning on taking Mike Rowe and Bill Gates out for some roast beef sandwiches.

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  • dynamite
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    What gets me is the latest bidder who bid $20,560,300, as well as some of the other super high bid average purchase price is less than $30! For christ sake, he bought some Arby's discount coupons from someone!

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  • Joe Gronlund
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    Originally posted by Raz Meister
    Yeah someone is really going to pay US $20,560,100 for it
    Novell wouldnt think twice about getting there hands on that info

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  • Raz Meister
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    Yeah someone is really going to pay US $20,560,100 for it

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  • Zachery
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    Originally posted by Asendin
    For one,, it's against legal policy to do so in general.
    Its against Microsoft's NDA, and its also against eBays policy of restricted items to sell.

    Mailing Lists and Personal Information


    eBay does not permit the sale of bulk email or mailing lists that contain names, addresses, phone numbers, or other personal identifying information. Any tools or software designed predominantly to send unsolicited commercial email (UCE or "spam") will not be permitted.
    Additionally, eBay does not permit the sale of items containing the social security number of any living person and does not allow listings that show personal information of third parties such as addresses and telephone numbers. Items that contain social security numbers of deceased persons, such as genealogy related software or antique social security cards, may be listed. Listings of items that include a social security number, such as old social security cards or old records, must specifically state that the social security numbers do not belong to any living person.
    It would be very easy to censor all the pages that might have the data.

    Personally i dont blame the kid, if ms pulled that kinda stuff on me id be doing the same

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  • CeleronXT
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    Those can't be real bids. Regardless of how illegal it is to make false bids, people will and do make them anyway.

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  • Dark Shogun
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    Originally posted by CeleronXT
    Nah he won't.
    How is he not?

    Dark Shogun

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  • CeleronXT
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    Originally posted by Dark Shogun
    ...is going to get over $200,000 for then.
    Nah he won't.

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  • Dark Shogun
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    This CHILD is pissing me off now and I think Microsoft should crush him like a little bug. All he is doing is making money without doing anything to deserve it. Dirty business tactics. Look at all the people that have donated to his case and he just goes ahead and settles and THEN sells those documents and is going to get over $200,000 for then.

    Dark Shogun
    Last edited by Dark Shogun; Sun 1st Feb '04, 8:09pm.

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  • Joe Gronlund
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    Originally posted by Faranth
    Asendin where does it say that?
    For one,, it's against legal policy to do so in general.
    Its against Microsoft's NDA, and its also against eBays policy of restricted items to sell.

    Mailing Lists and Personal Information


    eBay does not permit the sale of bulk email or mailing lists that contain names, addresses, phone numbers, or other personal identifying information. Any tools or software designed predominantly to send unsolicited commercial email (UCE or "spam") will not be permitted.
    Additionally, eBay does not permit the sale of items containing the social security number of any living person and does not allow listings that show personal information of third parties such as addresses and telephone numbers. Items that contain social security numbers of deceased persons, such as genealogy related software or antique social security cards, may be listed. Listings of items that include a social security number, such as old social security cards or old records, must specifically state that the social security numbers do not belong to any living person.

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  • Zachery
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    Asendin where does it say that?

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  • Joe Gronlund
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    Originally posted by Faranth
    You cannot legally be under 18 and hold a ebay account
    Not only that,, you cannot legally sell the legal documents, or copies of the legal documents.

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