Google says Microsoft is waging a proxy war by hijacking lawsuits brought by third parties to crank up antitrust sentiment against it so that regulators clamp down on Google’s growth. Law Professor Keith Hylton says legal weapons have become competitive tools among big technology firms.
“I don’t think there are any angels left in the high-tech sector at this stage. The problem is that all of them will suffer if they do not take a firm, public stance against excessively interventionist antitrust regulation.”
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