NPR's Elaine Korry reports from San Francisco that the federal anti-trust ruling against Microsoft is likely to produce many more lawsuits against the company, by consumers, competitors, and states. Microsoft's multi-billion-dollar assets are expected to make an attractive target for private lawyers and state attorneys general.
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