Here you go. Just in case you’ve spent your time being a Microsoft apologist, not really believing that they act illegally.
Other evidence presented by the plaintiffs’ lawyers at trial yesterday gave an account of how Microsoft violated a signed secrecy agreement with Go and showed that Microsoft possessed technical documents from Go that it should not have had access to.
So basically Micrsoft stole documentation. They either snuck in or paid someone off and stole product specs that did not have a right to see. Or, perhaps, did they use known holes in NT to steal them off of someone’s hard drive?