Microsoft Back in Court

NPR's Larry Abramson reports that final oral arguments in the anti-trust case against Microsoft were heard yesterday. Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson now has to decide whether the company broke anti-trust laws by bundling its Internet browser with Windows, it's popular operating system.



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