Microsoft will finally learn the fate of its European Union antitrust appeal tomorrow.
The EU General Court is expected to lay down its final verdict tomorrow on whether Microsoft should be forced to pay an 899 million-euro ($1.12 billion) fine for allegedly failing to comply with a 2004 antitrust order.
Back in 2004, the European Commission required Microsoft to provide complete interoperability information to rivals to ensure their software would work with Windows. The order was part of a broader antitrust complaint that included Microsoft being required to license that information "under reasonable and nondiscriminatory" terms.
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