Cease and persist

Kawasaki, Guy
July 1995
Macworld;Jul95, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p238
Discusses the author's response to Federal District Court Judge Stanley Sporkin's ruling that disallowed the consent decree that had been reached between the Justice Department and Microsoft. What this decree had consummated; Details on the author's response to Sporkin's reluctance to support the Justice Department's capitulation to Microsoft.


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