Judge Says Microsoft Complying with Antitrust Pact

A federal judge on Friday said she is satisfied with Microsoft Corp.'s efforts to comply with its landmark antitrust settlement after the company announced new steps, including free access to some of its Windows operating system code. U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly said the 2002 settlement with the government was working "as envisioned" despite concerns about one key provision expressed by the Justice Department. The comments came during a conference with the Justice Department and Microsoft, held to update the judge on how well the company is complying with the settlement.

News source: Reuters

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