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Antitrust Review of Big Tech Companies and the 25 Million Dollar ComputerLand Refund to Apple Computrer

Antitrust Review of Big Tech Companies

During the 1990s just after the Dot Com Boom started software developer Pete Bennett founded Authentic Technologies with the intent of developing commercial applications for the Windows Operating System.

As time moved by paying projects moved towards to this thing called the internet.  Eventually projects arrived with MS Outlook, MS Access and SQL Server using ASP/HTML server pages. 

Bennett developed strong skills in Administration of Windows Server (3.5 forward), Novell, Windows OS and MS Exchange while also creating applications for various clients.

Along the way Authentic Technologies joined the Contra Costa Software Business Incubator back 1998 was located the Concord Gateway Building owned by Albert D. Seeno controlling interest of Sierra Properties.

The services provided were nearly pathetic, many firms not paying,  favorites everywhere and for the firm about 30K in the tank. 





The Stifling Competition involves the Pete Bennett to companies using the H-1b Visa, Companies Connected to Outsourcing where far too many occurences of witness intimidation, murders and good ole' racketeering 




Inquiry signals Barr’s deep interest in tech sector, poses threat to companies such as Facebook, Google, Amazon, Apple


WASHINGTON—The Justice Department is opening a broad antitrust review into whether dominant technology firms are unlawfully stifling competition, adding a new Washington threat for companies such as Facebook Inc., Google, Amazon.com Inc. and Apple Inc.
The review is geared toward examining the practices of online platforms that dominate internet search, social media and retail services, the department said, confirming the review shortly after The Wall Street Journal reported it.
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