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Monday, April 03 2000

Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson

"[T]he Court concludes that Microsoft maintained its monopoly power by anticompetitive means and attempted to monopolize the Web browser market, both in violation of 2. Microsoft also violated 1 of the Sherman Act by unlawfully tying its Web browser to its operating system. The facts found do not support the conclusion, however, that the effect of Microsoft's marketing arrangements with other companies constituted unlawful exclusive dealing under criteria established by leading decisions under 1."

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Andrew Gavil

"There's no clear precedent for vacating a ruling after it has been issued. Once the ruling is entered, you lose containment. There's no guarantee that another judge in another district where a suit is being tried would agree that the ruling is withdrawn."

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BBC : U.K. to approve therapeutic cloning

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David Law : Self-publishing links

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