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Old 01-23-2002, 10:08 AM   #1
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AOL stirs up legal trouble for Microsoft over Netscape

AOL stirs up legal trouble for Microsoft

Another generation of lawyers smacks its lips...

Unsatisfied with the findings of the US Supreme Court, AOL has decided to sue Microsoft for lost revenue as a result of its monopolistic and bullying behaviour towards subsidiary firm Netscape.
The lawsuit alleges Microsoft's anti-competitive behaviour has caused Netscape to lose browser licensing and portal revenue as well as revenues from its enterprise software and products.

In addition, the company wants compensation for increased marketing and distribution costs as a result of the original case.

In a statement Netscape said: "It lost goodwill and it lost the profits that would have existed if Microsoft had not acted illegally to prevent Netscape's browser technology from providing a competitive alternative to Microsoft's monopoly operating system as a development platform."

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AOL stirs up legal trouble for Microsoft over Netscape

AOL stirs up legal trouble for Microsoft

Another generation of lawyers smacks its lips...

Unsatisfied with the findings of the US Supreme Court, AOL has decided to sue Microsoft for lost revenue as a result of its monopolistic and bullying behaviour towards subsidiary firm Netscape.
The lawsuit alleges Microsoft's anti-competitive behaviour has caused Netscape to lose browser licensing and portal revenue as well as revenues from its enterprise software and products.

In addition, the company wants compensation for increased marketing and distribution costs as a result of the original case.

In a statement Netscape said: "It lost goodwill and it lost the profits that would have existed if Microsoft had not acted illegally to prevent Netscape's browser technology from providing a competitive alternative to Microsoft's monopoly operating system as a development platform."

http://www.silicon.com/bin/bladerunn...46&3010REQSUB=
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