Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 9th Apr 2013 10:34 UTC
Legal After Microsoft's extortion racket has failed to stop Android, and after Oracle's crazy baseless lawsuit failed to stop Android, and after Nokia adopting Windows Phone failed to stop Android, Microsoft, Nokia, and Oracle are now grasping the next straw in their fruitless efforts to stop Android: they've filed an antitrust complaint with the EU, claiming Google unfairly bundles applications with Android.
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lemur2
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Actually, no, any legal system in any country that's not an authoritarian dictatorship (and quite a few in countries that *are* dictatorships) would hear a complaint like this, as the foundation of a real legal system is that the courts don't make up their mind about the validity of a claim before they've actually heard arguments from both sides.


Actually, no. Anyone can make a complaint about something that is not in any way actually illegal. The fact that a nonsense complaint was made should not oblige a legal system (in any country) to actually hear it.

http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/De+Minimis

http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Failure+to+State+a+Cl...

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