Microsoft Violated Sherman Antitrust Act
Monday April 3rd, 2000
In his ruling today, Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson found Microsoft in violation of the Sherman Antritrust Act, stating that "The Court concludes that Microsoft maintained its monopoly power by anticompetitive means and attempted to monopolize the Web browser market".
Microsoft's problem was that they had lost all credibility with the judge, and thus he had no option but to side with the facts presented by the government.
Click here to read an excerpt at ABCNews.com.
Here's a link to the ruling. Click "Full Article" below for some of our own excerpts. More to come, as we go over the ruling in more detail.
#49 Here's a nickel, buy a clue.
Tuesday April 4th, 2000 1:20 PM
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"The DOM Working Group is currenlty working on requirements for DOM Level 3. They will be available for public eview during April 2000."
Ahh, so it should exist soon then. Well, I guess that it means that it doesn't exist YET. Quit while you're behind.
"A great deal of Mozilla's behaviour will be "non-standards-compliant" within, say, two years. Not because Mozilla fails *now*, but because the standarization process will have advanced *then*."
Of course. Just like IE3 is useless today. Anyone with a brain in their head can see this. Two years from now, we'll be running NS 8.0, or Moz 3.
You're really making no headway. You're as blind as MS, refusing to admit that the sun is already up when it's noon.