The court of appeals upheld a previous decision that Microsoft engaged in unlawful behaviour to retain its monopoly in operating systems. However, the court also vacated Judge Thomas Penfield's breakup order, citing concerns about impartiality stemming from ex-parte contacts with the media and offensive statements about Microsoft outside the courtroom. The court also dismissed a claim that Microsoft attempted to extend its monopoly to the browser market. Finally, the court remanded the judgment assessing liability.
D.C. Circuit Opinion at http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/scripts/getcase.pl?court=dc&navby=case&no=005212A
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