A public dialogue on potential remedies in the Microsoft antitrust case has been slow to develop. In part, that’s because remedies have not yet been addressed in the litigation. But the judge’s Nov. 5 findings of fact invite — indeed, demand — a much fuller discussion of what comes next.

And that discussion should not proceed solely within the narrow confines of the antitrust bar. We need a broader public debate to ensure that the interests of all Americans in greater competition, innovation, and consumer choice are recognized when the remedies are chosen.

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