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  • jay_inv jay_inv Mar 8, 2000 7:29 AM Flag

    More business for AOL:

    This morning's posting on Yahoo news:
    -- MCI
    WorldCom Inc. (NasdaqNM:WCOM - news), the U.S.
    long-distance telephone company set to buy smaller rival
    Sprint
    Corp. (NYSE:FON - news), said it soon expects to
    finalize a contract with America Online Inc. (NYSE:AOL -
    news) to carry its
    Internet traffic. WorldCom closed
    at 44-9/16. Sprint closed at 64-5/16. AOL closed at
    56-11/16.

    The news seems to be getting better !!

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    • The class, if approved, would represent all AOL
      users in California who subscribe to the service and
      installed AOL 5.0. According to Berman, the exact number of
      people affected by this is yet unknown, but could number
      in the tens of thousands.

      Berman is managing
      partner of Hagens Berman. Berman's practice is focused on
      securities, antitrust, ERISA, and consumer and environmental
      matters, with a heavy emphasis on class actions. Berman
      represented 13 states in suits against Big Tobacco, and was
      one of the prime architects of the groundbreaking
      Liggett settlement. Other class actions the firm handled
      include matters involving The Boeing Company, the Exxon
      Valdez oil spill, Egghead, Nordstrom, Boston Chicken,
      Noah's Bagels, Louisiana Pacific and Washington Public
      Power Supply (WPPSS).

      For more information
      about this lawsuit or to learn how to join the action,
      please visit www.hagens-berman.com.

      EDITORS
      NOTE: Accredited media may request copies of the
      complaint or arrange interviews with plaintiffs or counsel
      by contacting Mark Firmani at 206/443-9357 or
      mark@firmani.com

    • SOURCE: Milberg Weiss Bershad Hynes & Lerach
      LLP
      Milberg Weiss Files Complaints Alleging AOL Version 5.0
      Violates The Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
      SAN
      FRANCISCO, March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Consumers have filed a
      series of federal complaints against American Online
      (``AOL'') (NYSE: AOL - news) in several states, including
      Florida, accusing AOL of violating the federal Computer
      Fraud and Abuse Act and the federal antitrust laws by
      distributing AOL version 5.0.

      The proposed class
      actions allege that AOL knowingly caused the transmission
      of a computer program (AOL version 5.0) which caused
      damage to users' computers. The law suits claim that
      installation of AOL 5.0 deletes and modifies essential files
      on users' computer systems which may result in the
      users' inability to access non-AOL Internet Service
      Providers (ISP's), as well as other problems that render
      the users' computers unstable or inoperative

    • SOURCE: Kaplan, Kilsheimer & Fox LLP
      Kaplan,
      Kilsheimer & Fox LLP Announces Filing of Class Action
      Lawsuit Against AOL
      NEW YORK, March 7 /PRNewswire/ --
      The following statement was issued today by the law
      firm of Kaplan, Kilsheimer & Fox LLP:

      A class
      action lawsuit was filed yesterday in The Superior Court
      of the State of New Jersey - County of Bergen,
      naming as defendant America Online, Inc. (NYSE: AOL -
      news). The Complaint alleges that in distributing
      version 5.0 of its software AOL, among other things,
      violated provisions of New Jersey's Consumer Fraud Act by
      failing to disclose that installation of AOL 5.0 would
      cause changes to systems settings and files of
      customers' computers and interfere with customers' ability
      to connect to other internet service
      providers.

      Plaintiffs, who are represented by Kaplan, Kilsheimer & Fox
      LLP, have filed suit on behalf of themselves and all
      New Jersey residents who have subscribed to AOL and
      installed AOL 5.0 on their computers. Kaplan, Kilsheimer &
      Fox LLP has extensive experience in prosecuting
      consumer and investor class actions nationwide. For more
      information about Kaplan, Kilsheimer & Fox LLP, visit our
      website at www.kkf-law.com.

      If you wish to discuss
      this action or have any questions or comments
      concerning your rights or interests, please contact
      plaintiffs' counsel, Laurence D. King, Esq., Joel B. Strauss,
      Esq. or William J. Pinilis, Esq. of Kaplan, Kilsheimer
      & Fox LLP at 800-290-1952 or 212-687-1980 or e-mail
      to mail@kkf-law.com.

      SOURCE: Kaplan,
      Kilsheimer & Fox LLP

    • be ILLEGAL.Please tell everyone how you are being compensated by Hagens Berman.Lets put all of your cards on the table.

    • Reed R. Kathrein, a partner in the San Francisco
      office of Milberg Weiss Bershad Hynes & Lerach LLP, who
      is overseeing his firm's efforts, stated: ``We are
      using our national presence to coordinate this
      litigation with several other law firms throughout the
      country in order to obtain the best and broadest relief
      possible. Right now we need users to come forward and tell
      us their experiences so that we can understand the
      full extent of damage caused by AOL version 5.0. We
      want AOL to fix this problem and
      fast.''

      Milberg Weiss has set up a Web site to collect and share
      with other counsel in the federal actions user
      information on the extent of problems caused by AOL 5.0 and
      invites users to take the time to relate their
      experiences. Users can report their experiences at
      http://www.milberg.com/aol.

      Milberg Weiss, with offices in New York, San Diego, San
      Francisco, Los Angeles and Boca Raton, represents consumers
      and investors in class actions nationwide. Recently,
      the firm pioneered Y2K litigation against software
      companies such as Intuit and Symantec, and Internet privacy
      litigation suits against Internet companies such as
      DoubleClick, Yahoo! and RealNetworks. The firm's pioneering
      efforts in software litigation will aid it in pursuing a
      remedy against AOL.

      For more information about
      this lawsuit visit http://www.milberg.com/aol.


      SOURCE: Milberg Weiss Bershad Hynes & Lerach LLP

    • March 7, 2000 3:50pm

      AOL Time Warner sees
      12 to 15 pct growth

      By Tiffany Kary
      ZDII


      Robert Pittman, President and Chief Operating Officer of
      the newly combined America Online (NYSE: AOL) and
      Time Warner (NYSE: TWX) said Tuesday the company
      should see $40 billion in revenue growth this fiscal
      year, with 12 to 15 percent revenue growth per year
      after that

    • SOURCE: Milberg Weiss Bershad Hynes & Lerach
      LLP
      Milberg Weiss Files Complaints Alleging AOL Version 5.0
      Violates The Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
      SAN
      FRANCISCO, March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Consumers have filed a
      series of federal complaints against American Online
      (``AOL'') (NYSE: AOL - news) in several states, including
      Florida, accusing AOL of violating the federal Computer
      Fraud and Abuse Act and the federal antitrust laws by
      distributing AOL version 5.0.

      The proposed class
      actions allege that AOL knowingly caused the transmission
      of a computer program (AOL version 5.0) which caused
      damage to users' computers. The law suits claim that
      installation of AOL 5.0 deletes and modifies essential files
      on users' computer systems which may result in the
      users' inability to access non-AOL Internet Service
      Providers (ISP's), as well as other problems that render
      the users' computers unstable or
      inoperative.

      Reed R. Kathrein, a partner in the San Francisco
      office of Milberg Weiss Bershad Hynes & Lerach LLP, who
      is overseeing his firm's efforts, stated: ``We are
      using our national presence to coordinate this
      litigation with several other law firms throughout the
      country in order to obtain the best and broadest relief
      possible. Right now we need users to come forward and tell
      us their experiences so that we can understand the
      full extent of damage caused by AOL version 5.0. We
      want AOL to fix this problem and
      fast.''

      Milberg Weiss has set up a Web site to collect and share
      with other counsel in the federal actions user
      information on the extent of problems caused by AOL 5.0 and
      invites users to take the time to relate their
      experiences. Users can report their experiences at
      http://www.milberg.com/aol.

      Milberg Weiss, with offices in New York, San Diego, San
      Francisco, Los Angeles and Boca Raton, represents consumers
      and investors in class actions nationwide. Recently,
      the firm pioneered Y2K litigation against software
      companies such as Intuit and Symantec, and Internet privacy
      litigation suits against Internet companies such as
      DoubleClick, Yahoo! and RealNetworks. The firm's pioneering
      efforts in software litigation will aid it in pursuing a
      remedy against AOL.

      For more information about
      this lawsuit visit http://www.milberg.com/aol.

    • How much are you getting paid man, to repeat that message over and over. You've been saying this for two days straight man.

    • SOURCE: Milberg Weiss Bershad Hynes & Lerach
      LLP
      Milberg Weiss Files Complaints Alleging AOL Version 5.0
      Violates The Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
      SAN
      FRANCISCO, March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Consumers have filed a
      series of federal complaints against American Online
      (``AOL'') (NYSE: AOL - news) in several states, including
      Florida, accusing AOL of violating the federal Computer
      Fraud and Abuse Act and the federal antitrust laws by
      distributing AOL version 5.0.

      The proposed class
      actions allege that AOL knowingly caused the transmission
      of a computer program (AOL version 5.0) which caused
      damage to users' computers. The law suits claim that
      installation of AOL 5.0 deletes and modifies essential files
      on users' computer systems which may result in the
      users' inability to access non-AOL Internet Service
      Providers (ISP's), as well as other problems that render
      the users' computers unstable or inoperative

    • I think it was triggered when that poster said
      his(or her) stupid name. It seems to have started after
      he said it,weird. Its a program,like spammers
      use,they never come back and read responses to their
      posts. It just keeps running until they turn it off!

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