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Friday, February 15, 2013

Commission v Microsoft: How to Set Reasonable Rates for Access to Interoperability Information and Evaluate their Innovative Character?

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Stefano Barazza, Studio Legale Barazza asks Commission v Microsoft: How to Set Reasonable Rates for Access to Interoperability Information and Evaluate their Innovative Character?

ABSTRACT: The General Court upheld the Commission's Decision which condemned Microsoft for failure to provide interoperability information on reasonable and non-discriminatory terms, reducing the periodic penalty payment imposed.

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