Microsoft judge considers three-way split

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Microsoft judge considers three-way split

At a remedy hearing in the Microsoft antitrust case, Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson refused to consider a motion by the company to dismiss the government’s breakup proposal, and instead moved immediately to consider antitrust remedies.

Jackson also expressed interest in a last-minute suggestion to divide the software giant not two, but three ways – operating systems, applications, and browser companies – made by the Computer and Communications Industry Association (CCIA) and Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA).

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