Greg SIVINSKI (Microsoft) : Does antitrust abide in information technology ?

Interview réalisée par Jay Jurata, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, Washington, DC.

You joined Microsoft’s in-house antitrust team back in 2003. The technology industry has changed dramatically in the ten years since then. From your perspective, what have been the most important changes and what lessons should antitrust practitioners draw from those changes ? I only need to look at the desk in my office to answer that question. Ten years ago, I had a company-issued PC on the floor and it was networked to a central server in the basement of my building. I had a telephone running through a central PBX (i.e., Private Branch Exchange) an external back-up hard drive for my documents, a printer, and a cell phone that only made calls and sent texts. Today, I have none of these. My computer is a laptop convertible to a tablet with touch screen and a smart pen. Many of the

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Greg Sivinski, Jay Jurata, Greg SIVINSKI (Microsoft) : Does antitrust abide in information technology ?, décembre 2013, Concurrences N° 4-2013, Art. N° 58724,

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