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DOJ Reply, More than IE
I received this email from the DOJ:
>Thank you for your recent e-mail regarding the Microsoft Corporation.
>Currently the Antitrust Division is conducting investigations into several
>computer markets, including web browser products, operating systems,
>and streaming technology.
>For a copy of the press release and other public papers relating to our
>October 20th decree enforcement action please see our web page
>(www.usdoj.gov), call our Legal Procedure Unit (202-514-2481), or
>send written inquiries to 325 7th St. NW, Suite 215, Washington, D.C.
>20530. As the other investigations are ongoing, all other current
>information is confidential.
>Thank you for your correspondence and your recent interest in effective
>The Antitrust Division
>U.S. Department of Justice
I do hope that those of you who can, will contact the DOJ of any concerns
you have with monopolies and business practices, not just Internet Explorer.
Brian Goodstadt of Standard & Poors Equity claims that this is current DOJ
inquiry is the tip of the iceberg and may lead to other investigations.
For the above item plus more links than you can probably read, check out:
In the meantime, M$ is busy getting into banking, law document resources,
integration of IE and NT, and.....????
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