Mozilla Accuses Microsoft Of Restricting Browser Choices

Law360, New York (May 10, 2012, 5:59 PM EDT) -- Mozilla Corp. has warned that Microsoft Corp.'s plans to block outside browsers from an upcoming version of Windows might violate its antitrust settlement with the European Commission over browser tying, and said Thursday that it would consider lodging a complaint in the future.

Mozilla has worried that Microsoft's current design for a new version of Windows meant to operate on devices using a particular type of processor would limit competition and restrict users' choice of browsers, but Mozilla general counsel Harvey Anderson said the company did...
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