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isn't this article about M$? | 120 comments | Create New Account
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The EU Commission's Fine on Microsoft - What's Wrong With It? ~pj
Authored by: matth on Friday, March 08 2013 @ 07:51 AM EST
That would be wildly inaccurate. Groklaw covers worldwide IP issues, not just
Google's. Even a cursory reading of the front page would inform you of that
much.

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Oh, nobody aded th troll thread yet. Sorry [n/t]
Authored by: marcosdumay on Friday, March 08 2013 @ 08:08 AM EST
Nothing to see here.

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The EU Commission's Fine on Microsoft - What's Wrong With It? ~pj
Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, March 08 2013 @ 09:15 AM EST
GoogleLaw, Home of the Trolls.

Do I smell a new canonical thread?

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The EU Commission's Fine on Microsoft - What's Wrong With It? ~pj
Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, March 08 2013 @ 12:09 PM EST
Feed trolls with sunlight (truth)

You might want to look up the site's opinion of Googles "no psudonyms"
policy.

Or the IBM/RedHat/Novell/SCO/... litigation.

Was Google even involved in the SCO litigation?

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The EU Commission's Fine on Microsoft - What's Wrong With It? ~pj
Authored by: OpenSourceFTW on Friday, March 08 2013 @ 01:26 PM EST
Perhaps we should rename you to M$-Troll and be done with it.

Oh wait, we already did. My mistake.

Do you people ever learn? You are wasting your time. You are just giving us the
opportunity to relate more truth to the world, thus countering your trolling
even more. Are you trying to hurt Microsoft/Apple/The Big bad boys? You are
better off keeping silent and reducing our truth output.

Your very existence is counter-productive to your cause. Either you twist the
facts, giving us the chance to fix it (and correct many other people's
misconceptions), or you rage and start with ad hominem attacks, and get banned.

Either way, we win.

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isn't this article about M$?
Authored by: ukjaybrat on Friday, March 08 2013 @ 02:45 PM EST

In fact if you F4 "Google" - they are only mentioned twice in the entire article. Both at the very end referring to the oh-so-classy "scroogled" campaign. The entire article was written about dirty microsoft.

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IANAL

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PJ please ask to get this formalised as a commitment not an intention.
Authored by: Anonymous on Tuesday, March 12 2013 @ 05:09 AM EDT
pj Can you ask Maria to formalise the 15 month extension because even though
Microsoft say they intend to do it, I don't believe they will. This is because
they have already not complied with their previous 5 year agreement, and the
word "intends" shows categorically that they are not committed to it.

"from Maria Madrid, Press Officer: "The formal duration of the
commitments has not been extended, but the Commission takes note that Microsoft
intends to offer the browser choice screen for an additional period of 15 months
after the end of the commitments."

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