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May 11, 2009

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James Susanka

"Is this a veiled threat at Google?"

One other note. Google is not stopping any one from starting their own search engine company. It is a level playing field.

you can't say that with someone wanting to start an OS company. you cannot get an os on computers without microsoft either punishing the distributor with higher prices or threatening lawsuits that have no merit.

James Susanka

"Is this a veiled threat at Google?"

Uh no - last time I looked I could run google's apps on any computer and os of my choice.

you just can't say the same about microsoft software. it is about time some one got tough on microsoft. there is no other industry that lets any company get away with what microsoft does or has done

David

Is this a veiled threat at Google?

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