Iowa Plaintiffs Say Microsoft Violated 2002 Judgment

Law360, New York (January 18, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- Plaintiffs in an antitrust class action are preparing to disclose information that shows Microsoft didn’t fully comply with the 2002 final judgment in United States’ case against the software giant, lawyers say.

The judge overseeing the case in Iowa state court gave the plaintiffs a green light to disclose the information after they got access to the source code for Windows XP during the discovery process.

After computer experts combed through the data, they determined that there were undisclosed application programming interfaces (APIs), which the plaintiffs...
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