__/ [ Handover Phist ] on Friday 28 April 2006 16:08 \__
> Roy Schestowitz :
>> Microsoft 'double locked market'
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>| Microsoft broke antitrust laws by preventing rivals from entering two
>>| key computer markets, an EU lawyer said at the final day of a court
>>| Firstly, by using its dominance in the market for personal computers,
>>| Microsoft secured 60% of the market for group servers, the key way
>>| office computers communicate.
>>| Secondly, Microsoft stopped giving other firms the information they
>>| needed to make their servers compatible with Microsoft's windows
>>| operating system.
> This is news? MS has been bending people over for two decades!
It was more of a key quote from the article. I thought about nesting the
subject line in between double quotes, but changed my mind. Wasn't Microsoft
declared an illegal/convicted monopoly back in 1999 or 2001? I believe the
context was Netscape Navigator.
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