Vente binds: Microsoft heard by the Commission europenne on June 3

May 22, 2009 at 7:50 am Leave a comment

Lgislation – Brussels has confirm which would hear the arguments of Microsoft in laffaire of the sale binds dInternet Explorer and Windows to leave June 3.

Aprs to have rpondu by crit at the end of April the calling into question of the Commission europenne, Microsoft will be heard by this one at the time D `a fixed audience at June 3. C `is this occasion which the firm will be able prsenter its arguments to counter the charge of distortion of the competition causes, according to the Commission, by the sale D `Internet Explorer and of Windows binds. This practice was dnonce the origin by Opera Software which had seized the authorities europennes in 2007.

In the course of procdure, Google, Mozilla and made it europen for the systmes interoprables (ECIS) of which IBM, Adobe, Nokia, Red Hat and Sun are members, have all T names third parties. The one of the voques options by the autorits europennes would be D `to oblige Microsoft prinstaller D `other navigators that it his in Windows.

A boulevard for Google

According to escapes rvles by Financial Times, Microsoft would intend to center its dfense on the following central argument: the intervention of the Commission europenne would have as a direct consquence to reinforce the monopoly of Google on the march of the online search. Why?

Because the competitor navigators, Firefox and Opera in particular, have agreements to use Google like search engine by dfaut. Without speaking about Chromium, the navigator house of Google. Microsoft would galement intend galement to put forward an infringement its proprit intellectual on Windows. (Eureka Press)


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