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  2. In Indiana, a shifting abortion landscape without clinics ...

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — About nine years ago, Sarah Knowlton sought an abortion at a now-closed clinic in northern Indiana, where she encountered anti-abortion protestors as she approached the entrance.

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  4. James H. Clark - Wikipedia

    Clark and Andreessen founded Netscape, and developed the Netscape Navigator web browser. The founding of Netscape and its IPO in August 1995 launched the Internet boom on Wall Street during the mid-to-late 1990s. Clark's initial investment in Netscape was $4 million in 1994; he exited with $1.2 billion when Netscape was acquired by AOL in 1999.

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  6. Netscape Navigator is a multiplatform web browser that stands out, mainly because of its compatibility with extensions developed by Mozilla Firefox. Netscape Navigator comes with some interesting features: it can correct an incorrectly written URL; it comes with a lateral bar on which to note down links you do not want to save under markers, or ...

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  8. Fortify - Home Page

    Fortify provides free, world-wide, unconditional, full strength 128-bit cryptography to users of Netscape Navigator (v3) and Communicator (v4).

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  10. XScreenSaver: Windows Version -

    In 1994, while chasing the tail-lights of Netscape's unprecedented success, Microsoft used their monopoly in one market -- operating systems -- to make competition with them impossible in a different market -- web browsers. Specifically, they used their operating system monopoly to drive the market price for web browsers to zero ...

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