Seattle Times: Microsoft trial: Depositions show waffling by firm's witnessesApr 30, 1999, 10:52 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by James Grimaldi)
"... When being questioned by government attorneys before the trial, Stork acted as if uttering the words "Internet browser" were a bad omen, even though it stands at the center of the case.
"Like the evasive Microsoft chairman in his pretrial deposition, Stork was sensitive to the semantics because the company maintains that the browser, the software that enables users to navigate the Web, is part of the Windows operating system. It's not a separate product tied to Windows to take advantage of the latter's market dominance, the company contends..."
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