Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 6th Jun 2007 20:45 UTC
Legal The European Union's second highest court is expected to rule on Sept. 17 whether the European Commission was right in 2004 to find that Microsoft violated antitrust laws, sources familiar with the matter said. Sept. 17 is the final working day before the retirement of Court of First Instance President Bo Vesterdorf, who is presiding over the landmark case. The ruling is expected to clarify whether the European Commission can continue to pursue the case, or whether it must pull back and permit Microsoft to continue its business practices.
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by Ronald Vos on Wed 6th Jun 2007 21:24 UTC
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Hopefully some people will realise they have been handling this completely the wrong way (fighting monopolistic practices by focusing on mediaplayers?) and shins will be kicked.

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RE: Hopefully
by reinouts on Tue 12th Jun 2007 23:33 in reply to "Hopefully"
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Hopefully some people will realise that media players are just one minor aspect of this whole case.

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