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April 6, 2005

New Development in EU Microsoft Antitrust Case

Computerworld is reporting that five companies (IBM, Nokia Corp., Oracle Corp., RealNetworks Inc. and Red Hat Inc.) have applied to intervene in the pending EU antitrust case against Microsoft.  According to the article, only parties who can show they will be directly affected by the case are permitted to intervene.  Other companies and organizations have already been granted permission to intervene, on either side of the matter.

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