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CSE’s staff and activists earned significant television, radio, print, and Internet media coverage denouncing Judge Penfield Jackson’s conclusions of law in the U.S. Department of Justice’s case against the Microsoft Corporation.
CSE Chairman Gray on PBS's Newshour
"And if [innovation] is to be punished, that sends a terrible signal to the rest of Silicon Valley about investing in innovation and in research."
-- CSE Chairman C. Boyden Gray, on PBS’s Newshour, April 3, 2000
"[Assistant Attorney General] Joel Klein recently said that this decision ‘sets the ground rules for enforcement in the information age.’ If this is the future of antitrust enforcement, it will, without a doubt, stall the amazing pace of innovation, raise costs for consumers and threaten America’s leading position in the world’s technology marketplace."
-- Florida CSE State Director Slade O’Brien, on Mid-Florida Public Radio, April 3, 2000
FL CSE activist Jim Kallenger, with a reporter from the Orlando Sun-Sentinel
"The government’s case is more about corporate welfare than protecting consumers. This lawsuit is the result of Microsoft’s competitors lobbying Washington to get what they were unable to accomplish in the marketplace – protection from tough competition from a successful rival. The fact that Microsoft’s competitors hailed the Judge’s opinion at the same time the market rejected it is clear evidence that they are acting in their own best interest."
-- Erick Gustafson, on Conservative News Service, April 3, 2000
The Washington Post
National Journal’s TechDaily
Associated Press TV
Los Angeles Times
CNN Financial News
WAKA-TV (CBS) Channel 8, Montgomery
St. Petersburg Times
WTVO-TV (ABC) Channel 17,Rockford
Rockford Register Star
ABC-TV Channel 5, Des Moines
WMVU-AM Radio, Nashua
KEYE-TV (CBS), Austin
San Antonio Express-News
KIRO-TV (CBS) Channel 7, Seattle