A Microsoft Word document of SCO’s suit against DaimlerChrysler, seen by CNET News.com, originally identified Bank of America as the defendant instead of the automaker. This revision and others in the document can be seen through powerful but often forgotten features in Microsoft Word known as invisible electronic ink.
In the case of SCO’s lawsuit against DaimlerChrysler, the Word document identified Bank of America as a defendant until Feb. 18–at 11:10 a.m., to be exact. The location for filing the suit also was switched from Bank of America’s principal operations in California to Michigan, DaimlerChrysler’s home state, on Feb. 27.
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