Class action suit against Microsoft approved

A class action lawsuit against Microsoft that claims anti-competitive wrongdoing and has the potential to be worth more than $1 billion in damages has been certified by a Canadian judge

The lawsuit by Pro-Sys alleges that Microsoft engaged in anti-competitive conduct starting in the 1980s when setting up its computer operating systems and applications in computers to ensure its dominance in the market

Judge approves class action against Microsoft Canada

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