In accordance with the Conclusions of Law filed herein this date, it is, this ______ day of April, 2000,

ORDERED, ADJUDGED, and DECLARED, that Microsoft has violated �� 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act, 15 U.S.C. �� 1, 2, as well as the following state law provisions: Cal Bus. & Prof. Code �� 16720, 16726, 17200; Conn. Gen. Stat. �� 35-26, 35-27, 35-29; D.C. Code �� 28-4502, 28-4503; Fla. Stat. chs. 501.204(1), 542.18, 542.19; 740 Ill. Comp. Stat. ch. 10/3; Iowa Code �� 553.4, 553.5; Kan. Stat. �� 50-101 et seq.; Ky. Rev. Stat. �� 367.170, 367.175; La. Rev. Stat. �� 51:122, 51:123, 51:1405; Md. Com. Law II Code Ann. � 11-204; Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 93A, � 2; Mich. Comp. Laws �� 445.772, 445.773; Minn. Stat. � 325D.52; N.M. Stat. �� 57-1-1, 57-1-2; N.Y. Gen. Bus. Law � 340; N.C. Gen. Stat. �� 75-1.1, 75-2.1; Ohio Rev. Code �� 1331.01, 1331.02; Utah Code � 76-10-914; W.Va. Code �� 47-18-3, 47-18-4; Wis. Stat. � 133.03(1)-(2); and it is

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