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Maija Palmer

Microsoft logo Why has Microsoft recently been so keen to play nicely and comply with all of the EU’s requests on antitrust and privacy?

This week the company began rolling out its “browser ballot screen” which allows European Windows users to chose which internet browser they would like to have on their computer. It marks – almost – the end of Microsoft’s long-running antitrust battle with Brussels, although the company will still be under the Commission’s scrutiny for a while to see how well the browser choice scheme works. Read more >>