thesource.ofallevil.com has a DNS CNAME that resolves to microsoft.com’s IP address. Apparently, somebody registered the domain in 2002. I don’t really recall any initial stories about it, but am sort of intrigued that it could stay around for 5 years without some sort of legal action. I wonder if the practical joker has ever been "outed". Anyone know? (I came across it while doing a search on RMS and MOM).
Update: Thomas asks below "What legal action would that be?" It is a fair question. I suspect that there are a number of legal actions that would provide subpoena authority to at least find out who is behind it all. And though IANAL, I do have reason to believe that if the owner were, say, Apple, there would be plenty of opportunity for legal action. Also, if the owner has some way to make money from it (by being paid by Sun, for example), then the same possibilities exist.
If it is just a practical joke (which seems like the most probable case), it is unlikely that there is anything that could be done, except unmask the joker.