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Old 09-07-2007, 06:30 PM   #1
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LXer: Federal Court Rules Deception in Standard Setting can Violate Antitrust Laws

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While many of us have been preoccupied with the OOXML vote, the rest of the world has naturally been continuing to go about its business. One piece of business that took an interesting turn in the last few days is a ruling by a Federal Appellate Court in the United States that breaks new ground in protecting the integrity of the standard setting system. The ruling may also have relevance to the regrettable conduct witnessed in the recent OOXML vote.



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