Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Google Public Policy Blog: Browsers powered by user choice

"Last month the European Commission confirmed that it had sent a statement of objections to Microsoft about the tying of Internet Explorer to the Windows operating system, which it said 'harms competition between web browsers, undermines product innovation and ultimately reduces consumer choice.' Then in a blog post earlier this month, Mozilla's Mitchell Baker weighed in, saying that 'Microsoft's business practices have fundamentally diminished (in fact, came very close to eliminating) competition, choice and innovation in how people access the Internet.'

We are applying to become a third party in the European Commission's proceeding. Here's why:"

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