The federal antitrust case against Apple got underway a couple weeks ago. The Justice Department contends that Apple plotted with five publishers to artificially inflate the cost of books in 2009-2010. At the time, prior to the existence of the tablet device market that Steve Jobs created with the iPad, Apple did not sell e-books while Amazon sold 9 of 10. Justice claims Jobs forced Amazon and every other e-book distributor to adopt a new e-book pricing model that harmed consumers. Is this the “Right Thing to do?” Did Apple violate antitrust laws that restricted competition and harmed consumers?