Microsoft Rolls Out EU Antitrust Deal For 100M Users

Law360, New York (March 2, 2010, 1:29 PM EST) -- By the middle of May, European users of more than 100 million personal computers running Microsoft Corp. software will be prompted to reconsider their browser choice as the technology giant begins implementing its recent settlement with antitrust regulators ahead of schedule, the European Commission said Tuesday.

Starting this month, the commission said any consumers in the European Union who receive Microsoft's automatic Windows updates and also have the company's Internet Explorer set as their default browser will see a browser "choice screen" asking them to pick...
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