Europe poised to hit Microsoft over browser choice
Microsoft’s Internet Explorer — just one of a number of browser choices out there.
The European Commission has reiterated plans to turn the thumbscrews on both Microsoft and Google over antitrust concerns.
European antitrust commissioner Joaquín Almunia said in a speech today in Warsaw that both “world brands” were in the Commission’s sights — Microsoft over its failure to properly offer users a choice of browser, Google over its fears the tech giant “had used its dominance in online search to foreclose advertisers and rivals.”
“In the past, we have taken on companies such as…
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