Today Apple Computer won the class-action anti-trust case filed against them. The plaintiffs were seeking a billion dollars in damages (after tripling) for a DRM system (Fairplay) that does not exist any more used on a device (the iPod) that Apple has pretty much phased out. These products were such a threat to the survival of competitors that they don't even exist any more. This is not atypical of how anti-trust often plays out in the marketplace, particularly in the technology sphere. Any day now I will be filing my lawsuit against Commodore for suppressing competition in the home computer market.