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 U.S. v. Microsoft

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Judge Issues Verdict
Saying that Microsoft put "an oppressive thumb on the scale of competitive fortune," Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson ruled Monday that Microsoft broke antitrust laws when it acted to protect its monopoly in the Windows operating system.

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