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+ - FTC Introduces New Orders for Intel; No bundling->

Submitted by eldavojohn
eldavojohn (898314) writes "Today a decision was handed down (PDF) from the FTC that underlined new guidelines for Intel in the highly anticipated investigation. Biggest result: the practices Intel employed like bundling prices to get manufacturers like Dell to block sales of competitors' chips like AMD must stop. No word yet on whether or not Intel will face monetary fines from the FTC like they did in Europe over the same monopolistic practices."
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FTC Introduces New Orders for Intel; No bundling

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