/// Thomas Penfield Jackson, Judge In Microsoft Antitrust Case, Dead at 76

June 16, 2013  |  All Things Digital

Thomas Penfield Jackson, the federal judge who in 2000 branded software giant Microsoft a predatory monopolist that should be split in two, only to see his ruling reversed on appeal, has died of cancer complications at the age of 76, according to an obituary in The New York Times . An appeals court set aside his ruling in part because of interviews he gave to journalists in which he explained his views. Microsoft later settled the case and the government decided not to seek the company’s breakup.

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Thomas Penfield Jackson, Judge In Microsoft Antitrust Case, Dead at 76



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