You'd think that a law publisher would have bothered to research the law.
Not if it's a Slashdot law book!
No matter how powerful Apple becomes, they have not shown an interest in parlaying that power into becoming a market monopolizer.
I think their lawsuits show that this is not the case.
something like 70% of Windows 7 malware also runs on XP
You use that word... I don't think it means what you think it means. Also, the big fat goto fail fiasco shows you how much less secure OSX is than everyone thought. Just because it's based on something doesn't mean it hasn't been tainted by those that change it.
I've used FF/Chrome side by side on Linux... you FF people are fooling yourselves. It is by far the clunkiest, slowest, least responsive browser out of the big 3.
if Apple locks you out of something, its for your own good
Such bias, so kool-aid, very rose colored glasses