April 15, 2009 @ 12:19 pm
posted by xadmin

The European Commission recognised ECIS as an interested third party in support of the Commission’s preliminary findings that Microsoft is violating EU antitrust law by tying its Internet Explorer (IE) web browser to its dominant Windows operating system present on over 90% of all personal computers. A statement made on behalf of ECIS is available here.

ECIS member Opera has recently released a video explaining the importance of choice of web browsers and why Microsoft has an artificial competitive advantage over other browsers like Opera and Firefox. For more information click here.

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