Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 27th Jun 2006 21:15 UTC, submitted by brewin
Legal The European Commission is ready to impose a fine of 2m Euros ($2.5m; 1.4m) a day on Microsoft. The Commission is expected to rule that Microsoft has failed to fully implement its 2004 antitrust decision. Under the ruling, Microsoft had to supply rivals with information about its Windows operating system.
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RE[2]: Hmmm... can you say bully?
by Soulbender on Wed 28th Jun 2006 03:22 UTC
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"Far be it for me to defend Microsoft, but I think this might be a case of the European Union trying to push an American company around just because they're American."

Yeah, good thing the american government never unfairly favour american companies. Oh wait....

"If Microsoft has to give away all of the information Europe wants them to, they will be shooting themselves in the foot."
"What this boils down to is Europe trying to push Microsoft out of Europe."
Hey, if you don't want to play the game and follow the rules, take your business elsewhere. That's how it is supposed to work, right? Oh yeah, that's only the right thing if it's not your company that needs to comply.

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