DoJ, states divided on Microsoft antitrust success

Tuesday, 4 September 2007, 5:51 PM EST

The US Department of Justice and five States have declared themselves satisfied with the antitrust enforcement efforts taken against Microsoft despite a further seven States maintaining they have had 'little or no discernible impact in the marketplace.'

The final judgments handed down against Microsoft in 2002 after it was founding guilty of abusing its monopoly position are due to expire in July this year, prompting the US District Court for the District of Columbia to ask interest parties for their thoughts on the impact of the enforcement efforts.

At CBR.

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