From the Toronto Globe & Mail: "Despite all the years of hearings and rulings,
including last week's decision by the U.S.
Appeals Court, a central question in the
Microsoft antitrust case remains unanswered,
and it is this: How ignorant and/or lazy are
computer users - or rather, how much credit
should the U.S. government give them for having
any kind of free will? Should Microsoft be forced
by the courts to make it easier for people to use
another company's software to play MP3 files
or videos, or to surf the Internet?"
July 6, 2001