Frank Earl writes "Today ZDNet reported that the DOJ is taking a different track in their case against Microsoft. Seems that they're broadening it in one way and narrowing the focus in another- they're now claiming that MS used the exclusionary contracts with ISPs and PC manufacturers along with the integration of IE into Windows in an attempt to shore up their monopoly. Apparently they've got proof from all the stuff they've been gathering in the research of the Anti-Trust case. Seems the DOJ's going more for the jugular now on MS- if they can prove this one, it's going to be very hard for MS to get an appeal to work like they did the last case."
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