"I invite you to look back at the media coverage of AMD's
complaints, and ask yourself: how well did most of the mainstream
media cover what was happening to AMD? Of course, Intel can appeal,
and it says it will.
"It's so significant a turn of events, I will place the press
release on Groklaw, as part of our permanent record of this part of
antitrust history. And should you ever, ever, hear of anything like
this happening again in Europe, you know who to tell. The EU
Commission even has a form you can fill out, should that day ever
"Of course, such conduct isn't done out in the noon day sun. So
how did Intel get caught? Here's the kind of evidence that
convinced the Commission:
"The Commission obtained proof of the existence of many of the
conditions found to be illegal in the antitrust decision even
though they were not made explicit in Intel’s contracts. Such
proof is based on a broad range of contemporaneous evidence such as
e-mails obtained inter alia from unannounced on-site inspections,
in responses to formal requests for information and in a number of
formal statements made to the Commission by the other companies
concerned. In addition, there is evidence that Intel had sought to
conceal the conditions associated with its payments."
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