Antitrust Case Filings
Comments Provided to the Court on February 14, 2002
On February 14, 2002, the Department of Justice made available to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia 47 comments received during the 60-day public comment period relating to the Revised Proposed Final Judgment. These comments represent the comments characterized as “major” in the Joint Status Report submitted to the Court on February 8, 2002.
This page provides links to each of the 47 comments provided to the Court on February 14, 2002. The comments are listed in alphabetical order by the name of the person or entity submitting the comment.
The American Antitrust Institute
Association for Competitive Technology (ACT)
AOL Time Warner
Joseph L. Bast
John A. Carroll
Center for the Moral Defense of Capitalism
Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA)
Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA)
Consumer Federation of America, et al.
Consumers for Computing Choice and Open Platform Working Group
Nicholas S. Economides
Jeffrey E. Harris
KDE League, Inc.
The Honorable Herb Kohl, U.S. Senator
Robert E. Litan, Roger D. Noll, and William D. Nordhaus
Litigating States (California, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Utah, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia)
Ralph Nader and James Love
NetAction and Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility
The New York Times
Ramon G. Pantin
The Progress & Freedom Foundation
Project to Promote Competition & Innovation in the Digital Age (ProCOMP)
Red Hat, Inc.
Relpromax Antitrust Inc.
SBC Communications Inc.
Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA)
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
The Telecommunications Research and Action Center, National Black Chamber of Commerce, and National Native Americans Chamber of Commerce
The Honorable John V. Tunney, former U.S. Senator
Washington Legal Foundation
Note: Every effort has been made to accurately reproduce the comments on this web site. Some comments were converted into text using optical character recognition (OCR) technology and then tested for accuracy. Nevertheless, some differences may exist between the original document and the text version on this web site. The PDF images of these documents most accurately reflect the original submissions; the HTML versions are provided to facilitate browsing and searching.