Minecraft has a list of "attributions" here, which only includes links (and only to some dependencies) rather than copyright and license notices.
The EULA does not include any of this information. As far as I can tell, none of the legal documents that you have to read before using Minecraft do. The installer and launcher do not make you agree to any additional terms, and the in-game credits do not include any mention of third-party software.
As I understand it, since Minecraft uses e.g. LWJGL, they should include this BSD-style license somewhere in their binary distribution.
Grepping through the Minecraft installation directories, the only copyright notices I can find are either part of the bundled JRE or for the launcher. The game JAR itself only contains a "Copyright Mojang AB" statement. The LWJGL JAR downloaded by the launcher contains no copyright statements at all.
I suppose my questions are:
Is putting the names of these libraries on an webpage really enough to comply with the terms of the LGPL, BSD and MIT licenses that they are covered by?
Does the fact that these libraries are being downloaded separately from the Minecraft JAR somehow exempt Microsoft from having to include their license texts? Does this exempt Minecraft itself from having to display their copyright and license notices?
And if not:
Would including copyright notices hidden somewhere in the Minecraft JAR - a zipped file that most players would not know of, or know how to search through - be enough to comply?
Does Microsoft even have to care? What could the author(s) of these dependencies do about the infringement?