European regulators Wednesday charged Microsoft with an antitrust violation for failing to live up to a prior agreement to give Windows software users better access to rival Internet browsers. The decision by Joaquin Almunia, the EU antitrust commissioner, opens up Microsoft to a potentially substantial fine for defying the terms of the antitrust settlement, reached in 2009.
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