lunes, 17 de julio de 2006

Antitrust regulators must listen to reason, por Thomas W. Hazlett.


Antitrust regulators must listen to reason
By Thomas W. Hazlett
Published: July 11 2006 18:53 Last updated: July 11 2006 18:53

"When Apple’s iTunes rocked our planet with its 2003 blast-off, it triggered near-instantaneous iPod adoption by a generation of audio thrill-seekers and revived the company that delivered us into the age of the personal computer.

The innovation has achieved the ultimate imprimatur of success: antitrust regulators are descending. France has passed legislation that could force Apple’s iTunes to play on devices other than Apple’s iPods. [...]"


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