11.22.19

Web Site Which Exposed Microsoft Crimes is Gone From the Web, But Copies Still Exist

Posted in Antitrust, Bill Gates, Microsoft at 12:45 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Comes v Microsoft
The Wayback Machine has some snapshots

Summary: Reputation laundering operations of Microsoft tell us that Microsoft is a ‘new’ and ‘reformed’ company; but Comes v Microsoft documents serve to show that little has changed

“iowaconsumercase.org has disappeared down the memory hole,” a reader told us. It used to host loads of material about Microsoft’s crimes.

“The only legacy people will remember of Bill Gates,” said the reader, “is self-serving BS such as this…”

“Recently Gates had the audacity to blame an Android (with Linux) takeover on “antitrust”; as if to say that Windows would dominate everything if it weren’t for attempts to punish him for his crimes.”“Notice they replaced the site with a ‘business and consumer news’ site,” the reader added. So now it has nothing to do with what it used to provide.

Well, our reader wanted to remind us of what Bill Gates said (that’s no longer accessible from the original source):

Dec 1998: “allowing Office documents to be rendered very well by OTHER PEOPLES BROWSERS is one of the most destructive things we could do to the company

April 1995: “our plans continue to underestimate the importance of an OPEN unified approach for the internet

April 1995: “the Internet is taking away our power every day and will have eroded it irretrievably by the time broadband is pervasive

Jan 1997: “With Netscape and Corel working together its nice that we organized ourselves so the group attacking Netscape and the group attacking Corel are under common leadership

Oct 1997: “I have a critical meeting with Intel a week from Wednesday. I want to convince them that they need to stay away from Oracle NCs and work more closely with Microsoft

These are all quotes from Gates himself.

Recently Gates had the audacity to blame an Android (with Linux) takeover on “antitrust”; as if to say that Windows would dominate everything if it weren’t for attempts to punish him for his crimes. That’s morally absurd. It’s like a bandit blaming the police for not becoming rich (from stealing) and therefore calling for abolishment of all cops/law enforcement. Such is the mind of the spoiled little brat, who nowadays runs away when people mention his close relationship with Epstein.

“He [Bill Gates] acted like a spoiled kid, which is what he was.”

Ed Roberts, Gates’ employer at MITS in the 1970′s (Atlanta Journal-Costitution, 04-27-97)

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