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ChannelWeb asks readers to cast their votes on Microsoft's recent legal spat with Comet

Electronics retailer Comet was slapped with a lawsuit earlier this month by software giant Microsoft, which accused the firm of making and reselling more than 94,000 copies of counterfeit Windows r...

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