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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
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
Back to Campaigns and resources
Quit eToys!
Disinvest!
Back to The etoy Fund projects
Report errors in eToys' SEC filings (open)
Complain to the Better Business Bureau
Speak to Rosie
A letter to Kilroy Realty
One letter to eToys
eToys' financial affairs
eToys' staff, etc.
Links to other eToys vs. etoy 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
Other past projects
Articles without project focus
Selected archive of recent press
A few ongoing projects

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Report errors in eToys' SEC filings
Pick up a trick from eToys' lawyers and go through all the public SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) filings by eToys looking for errors (they are numerous).

When an error is found, report it to the SEC using this form. Typically, complainants might be potential investors who read about the stock in one of the recent news articles and found a discrepancy in the filing which caused them to not purchase the stock. Especially law-abiding citizens will report the problem to the appropriate authorities.

This is not something that should be automated: the SEC should only be getting individually researched, valid complaints. Don't "spam" them and don't send in a complaint unless you really find something.

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