Bill Gates' problems aren't over

Andrew Leonard explains how the media read the Microsoft verdict wrong.


Amy StandenAndrew Leonard
June 29, 2001 12:00PM (UTC)

Salon Technology's writers discuss the latest news in high tech and give their opinionated takes on the biggest technology stories of the week. On Thursday, the U.S. Court of Appeals handed down its long-awaited opinion on the Microsoft antitrust case, sending journalists and other observers on a mad scramble to make sense of a complex decision.

Andrew Leonard says that what looked at first like a victory for Microsoft is actually a damaging defeat. And that those who follow the open source movement suspect that Bill Gates has a lot more to worry about than monopoly allegations.

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Amy Standen

Amy Standen is a writer living in Oakland, Calif.

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Andrew Leonard is a staff writer at Salon. On Twitter, @koxinga21.

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