October 12, 2005
Symantec Won't Sue Microsoft Over Security Software
So they say now. John Thompson, Symantec CEO, said yesterday that his company would not sue Microsoft on antitrust grounds nor complain to regulators over Microsoft's impending move into the security software market. Symantec sells the popular Norton brand of security products, including Norton Anti-Virus. Comments contained in an article on CNET News indicate that the company was prepared to compete.
A more interesting take on Microsoft's entry into the market is by PC Magazine columnist John Dvorak who suggests that Microsoft should fix their products rather than charge to protect people from the flaws that exist in the operating system. Read his rant here.
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