On Friday 24 February 2006 17:32 Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> Microsoft Vows to Fight S. Korean Decision
> "SEOUL, South Korea - Microsoft Corp. vowed Friday to appeal a decision by
> South Korea's antitrust regulators concluding the U.S. company had abused
> its market dominance and ordering it to offer alternative versions of
Are you guys missing a point here?
"Korean antitrust regulators began investigating Microsoft after a local
Internet portal filed a complaint in 2001. Microsoft reached a $30 million
settlement with that company in November 2005"
I might be wrong, but I thought the same thing happened with the E.U.?
- another company complained (to the regulator)
- regulator started to investigate the complaint
- MS paid off the company making the complaint
- regulator (swine!) carried on investigating!
That's not a very nice thing to happen to those nice chaps in Redmond after
they've paid out all that money now, is it? Have you guys no heart?;-)