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Global: Microsoft not forced to open system to rival browsers, says EC

 |  October 26, 2012

The European Commission has agreed to spare Microsoft Corporation from being forced to open its Windows RT operating system to competing internet browsers, though has maintained its formal Statement of Objections against the computer software company. The decision might be seen as a reversal to previous analyses that the EC’s issuing of formal charges against the corporate giant sent a stern message to all major companies.

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