that Microsoft is taking Linspire to court again,
despite the name change from Lindows.
"The software giant is taking action in the Dutch courts, where it won its
previous case, claiming that the word Lindows is still appearing on
Linspire's website. A decision is expected by the end of this month.
Michael Robertson, chief executive of Linspire, said: "Microsoft is
continuing the bullying tactics which have obliterated competition over the
last 20 years...Its recent actions demonstrate that it has not reformed, but
continues to be one of the world's worst corporate citizens that will do
anything to squash competitors that threaten its monopoly profits.
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