Microsoft opened its defence against the US government's anti-trust allegations last week, amid reports that it had paid for a biased survey that stated developers were in favour of including Web browsing software in the Windows operating system. A further blow came as Microsoft called its first witness, economist Richard Schmalensee, who was immediately discredited as he used the data to support his argument that Microsoft has enough competition in the market.
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