scooterdude - 11:58 pm on Sep 21, 2012 (gmt 0)
Well, I think the trend off Governmental thinking now is that "Their property" is now so vast that it may now require 3rd party monitoring to ensure that dominant property position is not deliberately or inadvertently deployed in an anti competitive manner
I appreciate that a lot of folk have had such great experience of G's exercise of if dominant position, but to me, for some time its being evident that all interpret our dominant players intentions, thru the prism of their personal experience of that dominant player.
As an example, back in the days when netscape and others where taking their last stand against another behemoth, I didn't get what the fuss was about, I enjoyed using win95, vb was ace, all was well as far as I was concerned, I am sure others weren't so happy.
The ruling came too late for most of the complainants, but today, I can use firefox to install wordpress, in php5 on a IIS windows server, that mean any thing to anyone?