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Dow and Verio respond to attack
The Yes Men impersonate the WTO
Voteauction.com
CueJack
Back to The etoy Fund
Partial anti-eToys timeline
Le fonds etoy
NSI and www.etoy.com
Jan. 25 press release
eToys wins game
Dec. 29 press release
A press conference in Los Angeles (open)
'The Dot.comedy of the eToystory'
A statement by Amy Alexander
One participant's description
Dec. 24 press release
A press conference in New York
A threat from someone at eToys
We brought down www.eToys.com!
Dec. 12 press release
Campaigns and resources
Articles about eToys vs. etoy
Corporate aggression and the internet
Autodesk, the legacy of eToys
The Presidential Exploratory Committee
Reamweaver
The World Trade Organization
The Archimedes Project
Project LOFT (Art Inspection)
Deconstructing Beck
Phone In Sick Day 2002
The Zapatista Floodnet
The Secret Writer's Society hack
Popotla vs. Titanic
The Barbie Liberation Organization
The SimCopter hack
The Threat of Millennium
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Selected archive of recent press
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A press conference in Los Angeles Past projects / The etoy Fund / Dec. 27 conference
The hearing was delayed to January 10, which puts an increased strain on etoy's pocketbook and on everyone's patience. See Puchalsky's comments below on the conference and on eToys' overall strategy; see also this article for an excellent, in-depth description of the conference and of the case overall.

The new anti-eToys initiatives announced at the conference, succeeding the successful Virtual Sit-in, are the Quit eToys! and Disinvest! programs.

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