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For the IT industry competitors who have been rooting for the antitrust punishment of Microsoft Corp., the plaintiffs' April 29 filing of a Proposed Final Judgment should be a daunting moment of truth.
Courts and regulators are beginning to push for more Web site access for the disabled.
That seemed to be the near universal reaction in the IT community to Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson's guilty verdict in the antitrust trial against Microsoft Corp. Opinions were more varied, however, on how Microsoft should be punished and what impact that
Microsoft Corp. and the U.S. Department of Justice may be close to settling the software giant's antitrust suit, but any settlement that doesn't address Microsoft's fundamental structure would be "a mild slap on the wrist," industry observers