April 02, 2007
Monopoly does not promote innovation

What a jackass - turning European anti-trust investigations into a nationalist problem. Monopolies, like that enjoyed by Microsoft, do not foster innovation. That should be abundantly clear from Microsoft's own track record. Still milking the same two old monopolies (Windows and Office), failing to change any of these products in any significant way. Fighting against open standards every step of the way. Also, Armey is a little late to the "We hate Old Europe"-attack isn't he? CNET has a bad history of running this kind of pro-monopoly puff. They were fightfing for monopoly lock in on the net nutrality issue also.

Posted by Claus at April 02, 2007 02:37 PM | TrackBack (0)
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