British software reseller files £270 million antitrust court action against Microsoft

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British software reseller files £270 million antitrust court action against Microsoft
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British software reseller files £270 million antitrust court action against Microsoft

ValueLicensing alleges that Microsoft pressurises customers not to sell unused Windows and Office licences, to the detriment of the secondhand market

Derby-based reseller ValueLicensing has filed a £270 million antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft in the UK High Court, accusing the US firm of trying to kill competition in the secondhand software ...

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