Microsoft Faces Another EU Antitrust Probe
Bringing up bad memories for Microsoft, the software giant is reportedly facing a European Union antitrust probe into allegations that it is failing to offer consumers a choice of Internet browsers
under terms of a previous settlement with regulators. As Bloomberg reports, EU Competition Commission Joaquin Almunia said regulators had received complaints that Microsoft may have misled the EU over
the use of a browser choice screen for users of its Windows operating system. Over the past decade, the company has been fined over $2 billion in EU antitrust probes.