Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 11th Apr 2006 18:33 UTC
Legal Microsoft and the European Commission will clash in court over innovation and intellectual-property rights when the software giant appeals a 2004 antitrust decision, according to court papers seen by Reuters. Microsoft wants to turn around the Commission's decision that it abused the dominance of its Windows system to muscle out rivals who did not have enough detail of the operating system to create efficient software that could run with it.
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Good ol' "reality"
by Beta on Wed 12th Apr 2006 11:50 UTC
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I see the haters, the OSS fundies, are out here voting down any posts that goes against their wishful reality.

No, we vote down posts that are incorrect, fantasy, or just plain trolling.

People have mentioned anti-US bias in these comments; and I just think that even though it isn't anti-US sentiment, it's our right if it is, no?

Freedom of speech and all ;)

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