How naive. If the CEO did that they'd be promptly fired and replaced.
Federal judges are part of the government. You've made a meaningless distinction.
They didn't buy the brand. They licensed it until the end of 2015.
You seem to falsely assume that most Windows users actually install the OS themselves. In reality, they just use what is installed on the machine they bought.
You really think OEMs pay that price?
Tourists and dead people.
How exactly is the Coca-Cola company a one trick pony? They have dozens upon dozens of globally popular brands.
What the fuck does 'fair' have anything to do with anything? This is government meddling with people's private property (businesses) nothing else.
How exactly is a lawsuit by private citizens "government meddling"?
This isn't a government action. It's a class action lawsuit by former employees.
WTF are you talking about? The amount is for a class action lawsuit not a government fine.
Broadcom makes money from people buying in huge bulk. Not little small fries ordering a few chips here and there.
Unfortunately, my doctor wasn't in that day and I was sent home (by a rather young doctor, rather fresh from the med school) with a prescription for cough syrup instead of a penicillin shot.
Why would you think a doctor would give you penicillin for a viral infection? Do you know how antibiotics work?
No he also mentioned the NSA LOVEINT abuses.
Yes, and they were slapped down by Congress via the Church Commission for doing what they did in the 60s.
If this sort of surveillance had been used against the founders, they would have taken steps to prevent the newly-formed government from doing the same thing, just like they did on a number of others issues that they faced at the time, and since the spirit of the constitution is what matters, that's really what's relevant.
So what did they do against the Alien and Sedition Acts?