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Microsoft and Justice Department Agree to Settlement

Completing one of the highest profile negotiations between the Federal government and a corporation in history, Microsoft and the Justice Department have finally proposed a settlement in the Anti-Trust Case to District Courty Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly.

Regardless of what you think of the proposal, the war has rendered this litigation a minor issue for the Government. They are right to end the case as quickly as they can, and focus their resources elsewhere.

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