Yeah, I’m familiar with the case. Prosecuted and tried by a bunch of socialist pr!cks with the vigorous approval of the ninety-nine percent.
Being a conservative and all, I’m not on their side.
Anyhoo, Apple’s market cap is TWICE that of struggling MSFT. Apple dominates the market for Apple stuff. Should we break up Apple? ROFL
Is Apple preventing anyone from developing software to run on their OS? Nope. Apple not only provides development software to anyone who wants to become a developer, they also offer free college level courses via the iTunesU app to teach you how to do it.
And what about Google? Talk about a company with a tight grip on the balls of the world. Break ‘em up?
But I guess they’re OK because their motto is “don’t be evil”. Whereas, Microsoft simply IS evil. Right?
ROFLMAO. You’ve got your boot on the throat of yesterday’s go-to villain — who is flat on its back — while today’s more skillful and ambitious (and leftist!) villains plunder your house and rape your family while you cheer them on. What a joke!
No kidding! Apple is far worse than Microsoft, as far as restrictions... For instance, try running MacOS on non-Apple hardware, I dare you! If you do so and publicize it, be prepared for visits from lawyers.
“Yeah, Im familiar with the case. Prosecuted and tried by a bunch of socialist pr!cks with the vigorous approval of the ninety-nine percent.”
‘Socialist pr!cks’? I don’t think so- it was Netscape pushing for the prosecution of Microsoft, and Robert Bork was representing Netscape. The argument was that Microsoft abuses their market power in operating systems to unlawfully keep rival applications from the marketplace.
After selling Netscape Navigator to AOL the Netscape crew became Mozilla and built the Firefox browser.