The antitrust trial against Microsoft was brought four years ago by the US Department of Justice, but would still appear to have a long way to go pending appeals. Judge Penfield Jackson ruled that Microsoft has a monopoly in the desktop operating system market and that it abused that monopoly. He has now ruled that as punishment, the software giant should be split up into two separate companies. Such a decision is likely to have repercussions throughout the software industry.
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