Microsoft Extension In U.S. Parallels E.U. Complaints
The issue of whether Microsoft was doing enough to provide technical information that would allow its competitors to create software that would function with the ubiquitous Windows operating system was a key point of debate when Microsoft appealed a costly 2004 antitrust decision before Europe’s second-highest court last month.
Friday, Microsoft’s production of interoperability protocols took center stage in its U.S. antitrust proceedings, as the Redmond, Wash.-based software...
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