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July 31, 2006

Microsoft Gives EU Windows Documents

Microsoft delivered a hefty pile of documents to the European Commission today in an effort to comply with the Commission's order that the company provide documentation to allow competitors to easily connect to Windows.  The company has been hit with heavy fines twice by the Commission.  Previous sets of documentation Microsoft delivered were deemed out of compliance by the software referee nominated by Microsoft.  We'll just have to wait for all the appeals to sort out this mess.

Details are at MacWorld, Fox News, CNET, and the Washington Post.

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