OPINION AND EDITORIAL
In a surprising move, Steve Outtrim, a blockchain currency expert, has notified Magistrate Judge Stewart D. Aaaron that he seeks intervention into the lawsuit pending in the Southern District of New York (SDNY). If intervention is approved, then Outtrim would become a co-plaintiff against Jason Goodman of CrowdSource The Truth in the slander, libel and defamation lawsuit.
Many legal observers will recall that Outtrim filed an affidavit in the slander, defamation and libel lawsuit against Jason Goodman in Richmond, Virginia; see 3:17-cv-00601-MHL , U.S.D.C. for the Eastern District of Virginia, Hon. Judge M. Hannah Lauck, presiding.
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Outtrim was one of the first people to create a successful global e-commerce business on the Internet. Sausage.com was a fully automated business, open 24/7 in every country in the world and with no staff or inventory required to make a sale. Steve employed software developers and customer support staff, who used the internet to rapidly incorporate user suggestions into the product and release them back to the user community. Within a month of launch he had customers in more than 200 different countries. The customers would get the program for free, use it for 30 days, then if they wanted to keep using it, provide their credit card details to a secure web server, and receive an email with a 16-digit licensing code. This code was locked to the user name and email address using a cryptographic hash, to discourage piracy.
Outtrim took Sausage Software public on the Australian Stock Exchange in October 1996. This made him the youngest CEO of a public company in Australia. In 2000 he left the company when it merged with SMS Management and Technology, an IT consulting firm. He reportedly made A$51 million from the company after selling off large parts of his share before the dot com crash. Outtrim was an early promoter of Java technology from Sun Microsystems, creating the first Java applets to be sold over the Internet and the first Java micropayments system.
To be continued…
Above: Jason Goodman
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