Programming Windows: Five Words Apart (Premium)


On April 4, 2000, U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson issued his Conclusions of Law in U.S. v. Microsoft, asserting that the software giant had violated the country’s antitrust laws through systemic acts of predatory and anticompetitive behavior that harmed competitors, partners, and consumers. The ruling came just two days after four months of tense settlement talks had finally collapsed.

It was so close.

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