U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson has dealt the software giant a legal setback, but it remains unclear what the final outcome of the Justice Department's historic antitrust case will be. This NEWS.COM special package provides detailed analysis of the legal, financial, and technological ramifications of the case in its gavel-to-gavel coverage.
Microscope on Microsoft
The Justice Department has charged Microsoft with violating a 1995 consent
decree governing the licensing of its Internet Explorer browser and the
Windows 95 operating system. In addition, national consumer groups are rallying for closer scrutiny of the Redmond empire.
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