A computer scientist took aim at Microsoft on Wednesday, testifying that antitrust penalties should require the company to disclose more information that could benefit competitors. Princeton University professor Andrew Appel, who took the stand on behalf of the state attorneys general, also told a federal judge that Microsoft should be forced to offer a « modular » version of the Windows operating system that could incorporate features from competitors.

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