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Trial Microsoft Plans to Appeal U.S. District Court Ruling in Anti-Trust Lawsuit
Microsoft plans to appeal the ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson. The company will continue to focus on creating the next generation of innovative software that benefits consumers, the high-technology industry, and the American economy. Visit the Freedom to Innovate Network and share your thoughts on the ruling.

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