Following ZapMe! Corp.'s announcement in November that it no longer would provide free computer labs to schools, some districts are considering taking a legal stance against the company they say has let them down. Others are looking to negotiate a settlement that appeals to both sides.

Thousands of schools were left in the lurch thanks to a change in direction at ZapMe!, a company that made headlines in 1998 with its promise to supply schools with free computer labs in exchange for advertising on student desktops. According to company officials, some 2,000 schools had received


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