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Microsoft in Eurotrouble Again

Perhaps flush with the victory they scored in court last fall, European regulators are on Microsoft's back again -- this time, in part, because of (you guessed it) the Internet Explorer browser! Couldn't they just Goog...uh, we mean Live Search the U.S. antitrust settlement and figure something out?

Microsoft isn't the only one in trouble, though; New York is after Intel.

Posted by Lee Pender on January 15, 2008 at 11:54 AM


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