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Re: [News] [Rival] Microsoft BetaVista7 Under Antitrust Scrutiny

Roy Schestowitz wrote:

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> Windows 7 to be 'thoroughly' tested by antitrust regulators
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> | Technical advisers to the antitrust regulators who monitor Microsoft
> | Corp.'s compliance with a 2002 antitrust settlement will test Windows 7
> | "more thoroughly" than earlier versions of the operating system were
> | tested, according to a recently-released status report filed with the
> | federal judge watching over the company.
> | 
> | The three-member panel of computer experts that works for state
> | antitrust officials has had a copy of Windows 7 since at least last
> | March, but in December 2008, Microsoft delivered additional
> | documentation to the technical committee.

Interesting - so how is a three-member panel going to know
what anti-trust issues are at stake?
Are they going to ask any of the FOSS guys and victims
of micoshaft anti-trust law breaking to explain how they could
be affected in the real world or are they just going to read
some papers and make decisions for la la land inhabitants.
And most probably get paid off by micoshaft's GESTAPO marketing
department that used the samr Stazi infilration techniques taught at
micoshaft unenethical technology evangelism courses. 

All here PLEX_2456.pdf http://www.iowa.gotthefacts.org 


Below is how micoshaft agents infiltrated and then attacked Del
starting by naming Del's Linux staff 

All here PX09280.pdf http://www.iowa.gotthefacts.org 

I wonder how many Linux engineers and managers in Del survived
the gestapo tactics.

Did any of them know they were micoshaft gestapo targets?
Would any of them have reacted differently if they saw any
of these micoshaft gestapo agents in their offices ever again?

I know I would have escorted all micoshaft staff off the premises
immediately and called in the lawyers and if the job required of me to
protect my workforce, I would have filed police complaints.

> http://www.computerworld.com/action
> "I?m thinking of hitting the OEMs harder than in the past with anti-Linux.
> ... they should do a delicate dance"
>                 --Joachim Kempin, Microsoft OEM Chief

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