Microsoft: on Anti-Trust and Monopolies
Microsoft: On anti-trust and monopolies
(or How A Linux User Can Court Ostracism)
In 1890, the US Congress passed the Sherman Act. Further, the Clayton Act was enacted in 1912. This was followed by the Robinson-Patman Act of 1936. These antitrust laws prohibit agreements in restraint of trade, monopolization and attempted monopolization, anticompetitive mergers and tie-in schemes, and, in some circumstances, price discrimination in the sale of commodities.
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