The Facts of the Microsoft/DoJ Case

Sunday Nov 7th 1999 by Heidi Monson
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An analysis of Judge Thomas Penfield's findings of fact in the Department of Justice vs. Microsoft case.

At the turn of the millenium, one of the biggest antitrust cases of the century is drawing to a close. Well, sort of. U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson has finally delivered his Findings of Fact in the Microsoft vs. Depart


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