Microsoft Trial Preview/Technology Bills

Guests: James Grimaldi Washington Correspondent Seattle Times Washington, DC Mary Lou Steptoe Antitrust Partner Skadden, Arps Washington, DC Jeri Clausing Technology Reporter New York Times Online Washington, DC Deirdre Mulligan Staff Counsel Center for Democracy and Technology Washington, DC On Monday, Microsoft and the Justice Department are scheduled to face off in what may be the pivotal court case of the digital age. This hour, we''ll preview the antitrust case: what''s ahead, what''s at stake, and what the results might mean. Plus, a rundown on technology-related legislation still before a Congress eager to recess.

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