Jun 25, 2008, 20:15 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Don Marti)
"William H. Page and Seldon J. Childers cite my podcast
interview with Jeremy Allison in an article for the Northwestern
University Law Review.
"'The Samba license formed under the order in the European
Microsoft case, in contrast, is both significant and perilous for
global antitrust policy. It provides critical protocols and
documentation to Microsoft's most important rival in the server
market, a rival, moreover, whose development methods are focused on
the analysis of those very protocols...'"