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Windows ActiveX patch addresses functionality disputed by Eolas
Redmond (WA) - A quietly offered, low-priority "optional update" from Microsoft late yesterday has been designed to alter the behavior of ActiveX controls, apparently in the first of a wave of changes being made to the behavior of functional elements in Internet Explorer and other browsers. The changes most likely come in the wake of prolonged litigation between the company and Eolas, a privately funded laboratory spun off in 1994 from the University of California, and which holds the patent rights to the critical method in which a Web browser invokes embedded functionality.
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