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Microsoft buys justice dept., Wins appeal

Anonymous Coward writes: "Nearly one year ago, it was ruled that Microsoft is a monopoly, and unfairly using that power. As a remedy, U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson had said the company should be split into two pieces: One would focus on operating systems, and the other would develop applications and other products.

In Today's unanimous decision, a federal appeals court vacated that
order and sent the decision back to the lower court. In addition, the
court determined that the case should be heard by a new judge rather
than by Jackson."