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Judge Extends Oversight of Microsoft

The consent decree Microsoft made with the U.S. government as part of its 2002 antitrust settlement was supposed to expire this month, but it'll run until the end of January, thanks to a federal judge's decision. Some states want to monitor Microsoft for antitrust-like behavior for another five years. The judge will be mulling that over in the next few months.

Posted by Lee Pender on 11/01/2007 at 1:21 PM


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