MICROSOFT ANTI-TRUST CASE

B361735 03: The first copies of Microsoft's Windows 2000 roll out on an assembly line in Salt Lake City, UT, December 14, 1999. On April 3, 2000 U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson ruled that Microsoft violated the Sherman Antitrust Act and could also be liable under state anticompetition laws. The charges by the US government and 19 states accused the company of repeatedly engaging in anti-competitive behavior by taking advantage of its position to "monopolize the web browser market" to the detriment of competitors. (Photo by Jeff Christensen)
B361735 03: The first copies of Microsoft's Windows 2000 roll out on an assembly line in Salt Lake City, UT, December 14, 1999. On April 3, 2000 U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson ruled that Microsoft violated the Sherman Antitrust Act and could also be liable under state anticompetition laws. The charges by the US government and 19 states accused the company of repeatedly engaging in anti-competitive behavior by taking advantage of its position to "monopolize the web browser market" to the detriment of competitors. (Photo by Jeff Christensen)
MICROSOFT ANTI-TRUST CASE
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03 maart 2000
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