Tuesday, January 15, 2008

In Europe, Microsoft Again Faces Inquiries - New York Times

Never a dull moment for the Microsoft legal department...

The fresh complaint on interoperability, made by an alliance of software makers called the European Committee for Interoperable Systems, claims that Microsoft has not disclosed enough information for a range of products that compete with its Office and Outlook programs. The complaint, which is backed by corporations including International Business Machines, Nokia, Sun Microsystems and RealNetworks, was lodged with the commission in February 2006.

In Europe, Microsoft Again Faces Inquiries - New York Times

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