In October 2006, Gary Swanson, an executive with computer chipmaker Hynix Semiconductor, was indicted by the United States Department of Justice, charged with joining a criminal conspiracy to fix prices in the dynamic random access memory industry. United States v. Gary Swanson, No. CR-06-00692 PJH, was heard before Judge Phyllis Hamilton, United States District Court, Northern District of California, San Francisco Division.
In related cases, 16 other individuals and four corporations were also charged in conjunction with a massive federal investigation into antitrust violations in the DRAM industry.
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