Microsoft's antitrust trial is to be delayed after all, a federal judge ruled yesterday.
US District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson agreed to Microsoft's request for a two week delay, pushing the start date back to September 23, even though another court had decided the pre-trial testimony hearings will be held in private after all.
Microsoft had asked for a two week delay as it needed extra time to prepare for public depositions.
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