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Greenstein, Shane ; Illinois Univ., Champaign, IL, USA

Many people in the computing industry worry about nuances in antitrust policy, though no one will ever admit it. More precisely, no one recognizes that antitrust issues in computing go by another name. This is the topic of a fascinating study now posted on the Federal Trade Commission Web pages. Last year, a team of FTC staff wrote a report titled “Anticipating the 21st Century: Competition Policy in the New High-Tech Global Marketplace.” This report says much about the thinking of the brain trust inside the FTC. It is especially intriguing for what it signals about future federal policy for the Microsoft problem

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Micro, IEEE  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 3 )