June 25, 2007
Google Files Antitrust Documents Against Microsoft
Google is not satisfied with Microsoft's changes to desktop search in the Vista operating system. Even though Microsoft and the Justice Department agreed to certain changes in how Vista performs, Google has filed documents with the court overseeing the antitrust compliance asking for additional changes and clarifications. Google complains that the changes don't go far enough, and the Microsoft intends to manage search in some circumstances. Google feels it is still at a disadvantage compared to built in search.
Details are in the Seattle Times, with comments by MS General Counsel Brad Smith reacting to the Google filing (they are...negative). A copy of the status report detailing the initial changes that Microsoft will make to Vista is here.
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