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Recently purchased licenses are typically displayed in the License Summary within 48 hours of Microsoft receiving your order from the Microsoft partner. Delays of a few days to a few weeks can occur if your partner delays forwarding the purchase order to Microsoft. Licenses display in the summary when the Coverage Start period for the order is met for all programs except Open License.


Your invoice is a .PDF that contains at least two pages. Page one is the billing summary, and contains general information about the invoice, order, amount due, and payment instructions, if applicable.


Windows is a personalized computing environment that enables you to seamlessly roam and access services, preferences, and content across your computing devices from phones to tablets to the Surface Hub. Rather than residing as a static software program on your device, key components of Windows are cloud-based, and both cloud and local elements of Windows are updated regularly, providing you with the latest improvements and features. In order to provide this computing experience, we collect data about you, your device, and the way you use Windows. And because Windows is personal to you, we give you choices about the personal data we collect and how we use it. Note that if your Windows device is managed by your organization (such as your employer or school), your organization may use centralized management tools provided by Microsoft or others to access and process your data and to control device settings (including privacy settings), device policies, software updates, data collection by us or the organization, or other aspects of your device. Additionally, your organization may use management tools provided by Microsoft or others to access and process your data from that device, including your interaction data, diagnostic data, and the contents of your communications and files. For more information about data collection in Windows, see Data collection summary for Windows. This statement discusses Windows 10 and Windows 11 and references to Windows in this section relate to those product versions. Earlier versions of Windows (including Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1) are subject to their own privacy statements.


Sec. 11. General Provisions. (a) Upon the appointment of the National Cyber Director (NCD) and the establishment of the related Office within the Executive Office of the President, pursuant to section 1752 of Public Law 116-283, portions of this order may be modified to enable the NCD to fully execute its duties and responsibilities. (b) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect: (i) the authority granted by law to an executive department or agency, or the head thereof; or (ii) the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals. (c) This order shall be implemented in a manner consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations. (d) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person. (e) Nothing in this order confers authority to interfere with or to direct a criminal or national security investigation, arrest, search, seizure, or disruption operation or to alter a legal restriction that requires an agency to protect information learned in the course of a criminal or national security investigation.


For the foregoing reasons, Microsoft's motion for summary judgment is DENIED. This order does not preclude a renewed motion for summary judgment by Microsoft to demonstrate that the 1982 application does not adequately specify Reiffin's two patents so that an analysis of invalidity under sections 102(b) and 103 based on the 1990 and 1994 applications may take place. Likewise, Microsoft is not precluded from revisiting the issue after a Markman hearing in the matter.


Reiffin contends that Microsoft's motion for summary judgment was "frivolous because defendant knew or should have known that its motion was based upon fictitious alleged `law' which violates principles of patent law *** that *** are known to every patent professional." PlBr (Doc # 163) at 1. Reiffin requests that the court issue an order (1) striking Microsoft's motion for summary judgment, (2) establishing as the "law of the case" that Microsoft's legal points are contrary to the law and (3) awarding Reiffin attorney fees and costs related to opposing Microsoft's summary judgment motion. For the reasons stated below, Reiffin's motion is DENIED. 041b061a72


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