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> After the NPD fiasco, Linux netbooks are rationed but STILL
> going like the clappers from shelves and none available from most retailers
> because they were tricked and told lies about Linux netbooks.
> Rationing causes retailers and manufacturers to loose money.
It ought to be noted that the Russian authorities found the evidence compelling
enough to launch an investigation into this abuse in netbooks.
Press-release of 21.07.2009
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| On 15th July 2009, the Commission of the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS
| Russia) began proceedings in a case against ÂÐÑÐr Inc.Â, ÂASUSTeK Computer
| Inc.Â, ÂToshiba CorporationÂ, ÂHewlett-Packard CompanyÂ, Â Samsung
| Electronics Co., Ltd.Â and ÂDell Inc.Â for the elements of violating the
| antimonopoly legislation. In accordance with the Determination of 20th July
| 2009, the FAS Russia's Commission, investigating the case, suspended the case
| until receiving additional evidence. The case will continue on 10th September
Yeah, that "Federal Antimonopoly Service"... a bunch of ranting 'zealots'
and 'conspiracy theorists'...
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