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adeelarshad82 writes: Intel has responded to the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust investigation, unsurprisingly challenging the FTC's allegations as well as criticizing the agency for what the company calls an attempt "to turn Intel into a public utility". The motion is a response to the FTC's December announcement of a lawsuit brought by the FTC, accusing Intel of anticompetitive practices. Intel also goes on to provide a paragraph-by-paragraph rebuttal of the FTC's complaint and proposed remedy, although most of the company's response seems designed to promote the impression that those that failed failed on their own.
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Intel Fires Back at FTC in Antitrust Suit

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Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions for scratch space after they are finished calling them?