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The US Antitrust Division's new case against Microsoft and the Federal Trade Commission's new case against Intel focus on restraints on technology advances. In both cases, the government's attorneys allege that the company charged with anticompetitive conduct has abused its dominant market position to extend its monopoly power from a first market to a second market. They also allege that part of the anticompetitive market-extension conduct involves hindering or suppressing other companies' technological innovation

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Micro, IEEE  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 4 )