Microsoft is avoiding antitrust scrutiny by rebranding itself as good and boring, even because it reverts to a number of the behaviors that led to prosecution the '90s (Molly Wooden/The Atlantic)

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Molly Wooden / The Atlantic:

Microsoft is avoiding antitrust scrutiny by rebranding itself as good and boring, even because it reverts to a number of the behaviors that led to prosecution the ’90s  —  How has Microsoft escaped the scrutiny of reinvigorated antitrust regulators?  —  Concerning the writer: Molly Wooden is the host …



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