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AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal


Microsoft in hot water again for anti-trust activities

Date 21-Oct-2003 21:20:26
Topic: News


The (Bush-Ashcroft) US Justice Department, and quite a few state attorneys general, have formally complained to a federal judge that Microsoft is violating the terms of its antitrust settlement.

The complaint focuses on Microsoft's ignoring the user's browser preferences when the user clicks to buy music online.

Link to the article in the Washington Post



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