Microsoft free to stifle innovation ad infinitum

“Ultimately, [the case against Micrsoft was] about whether one company should or will have the power to dominate, control and suffocate any technology market it enters. Yesterday and today, Microsoft has had that power. The court’s decision means the company will have it tomorrow, too. If that’s in the public interest, then I guess Microsoft ‘R’ Us,” writes Scott Rosenberg for in his article entitled, “Money talks, Microsoft walks.” Read about why Microsoft is free to do whatever it damn well pleases here.

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