At least one site has managed to avoid having to make changes to their article about the new WM2005. Back in early January, Neowin.net featured screenshots of the upcoming WM2005. Shortly thereafter, they pulled them down at Microsoft’s request. But the story had caught on and even before Neowin.net could pull it down, other sites were featuring the information. But where most got warnings, Engadget actually got a formal letter from one of Microsoft’s legal firms. Fortunately, it appears that the matter has been resolved.
A report by the Industry Standard attributes Calacanis as saying “we have been talking to the people at Microsoft and we’ve basically worked it out,” he said. “We’re not making any changes to the article.”
See the oririginal article at Engadget