Russia's Federal Antimonopoly Service has given Microsoft a month to take action over what it calls violations of the country's anti-monopoly laws.
A group of publishers, including Axel Springer and Getty Images, has lodged a complaint with the European Union against Google, accusing it of imposing restrictions on manufacturers of Android devices and wireless service providers.
The US Federal Trade Commission has filed an anti-trust lawsuit against processor manufacturer Qualcomm, charging the company with using anti-competitive tactics to maintain its monopoly in the supply of a key semiconductor device.
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Sam is definitely a paid shill for Chinese interests.