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EU may fine Microsoft
The European Commission may fine Microsoft up to $2.5bn (£1.75bn) but says its investigation is still at an early stage.
EU to fine Microsoft
Finds that Microsoft had abused its Windows monopoly, harming consumers and competitors, and is expected to fine an unprecedented amount. [Guardian]
Windows Ruling is Biggest IP Heist in EU History, Claims MS
Looks at EU's order to remove Media Player from Windows from a Microsoft lawyer's perspective. [The Register] (March 24, 2004)
Windows Costs Less Than Linux. A bit. Sometimes - MS study
Microsoft spins TCO to battle Linux. (December 03, 2002)
MS fights Open Source with Freebies - An Eyewitness Writes
How important is market share? They give away software to keep it. (December 02, 2002)
Halloween VII: Survey Says
MS admits its Linux-bashing is a failure. Most polled found the MS FUD offensive, one third want OSS because it isn't made by Microsoft. (November 07, 2002)
Namibia Wisely Spurns MS 'Gift' in Favor of Linux
For just thirty thousand dollars, small African country can get $2000 in software. (October 31, 2002)
Lobbying for insecurity
Keeping secure software out of the hands of users. (August 29, 2002)
MS plays volume licensing upgrade card against Naked PCs
Volume licensing programs are only an upgrade? How to sell your product once, and get paid twice. (August 27, 2002)
MS soft-pedals SSL hole
Trustworthy computing in action: Don't worry about our missing security. (August 16, 2002)
The new EULA
MS security patch EULA gives Billg admin privileges on your box. (July 01, 2002)
MS to micro-manage your computer
How to trust your digital life to Microsoft in one easy step. (June 24, 2002)
MS preps all-new warez busting antitrust complying XP SP1
How to get around a punishment that hasn't even happened yet. (May 24, 2002)
Microsoft winds up on both ends of software piracy stick
The people who invented the term "software piracy" guilty of same. (May 08, 2002)
Compulsory Windows: for Macs, and people without PCs?
Microsoft wants your schools to buy software they can't use. (May 07, 2002)
Register: Preinstalled Windows: AARGH! I can't get it off!
Microsoft site claims Windows can't be legally removed once installed? (April 30, 2002)
Ballmer weeps for Windows
Microsoft releases video clip of Steve Ballmer in court, explaining how they are the real victims. (March 05, 2002)
Removing IE would kill Win2k, WinXP
Haven't we heard that one before? (March 04, 2002)
The Register: Justice Chief Queried over MS Campaign Contributions
Why has Attorney General John Ashcroft not disqualified himself from participation in settlement talks in the Microsoft case? (February 15, 2002)
Dead People Rise in Support of Microsoft
Seems there is spare time to write your congressman from the grave. (August 23, 2001)
Windows Messenger 'Trojan update'
The Register reports on a 'Critical Update' from Microsoft that forceably installs Windows Messenger even if you have already removed it from XP. (April 02, 2001)
Microsoft Financial Critique
Bill Parish's view on how Microsoft uses stock options to raise revenue, taking advantage of its size and cash to manipulate the value of firms it wants to own or harm. (February 22, 2000)
Microsoft Financial Fraud
Alleges that fraudulent accounting at Microsoft constitutes "the greatest financial fraud/pyramid scheme this century", and could have widespread economic repurcussions even setting aside the huge ramifications of the antitrust trials. (November 17, 1999)
How NSA access was built into Windows
Careless mistake reveals subversion of Windows by NSA. (April 09, 1999)
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