Most educators who spoke with eSchool News the day after a June 28 appeals court ruling overturned the court-ordered breakup of software giant Microsoft Corp. said they were surprised by the ruling and saw it as a possible blow to technology choices in schools.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit unanimously overturned the breakup of Microsoft but ruled that the company did violate antitrust laws. In a rare rebuke, the appellate judges


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