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DoJ fits Microsoft for a 2-year oversight leash

In a ruling issued yesterday, a federal judge extended the duration of sanctions imposed on Microsoft by a 2002 consent decree agreement. The sanctions were initially scheduled to expire last month, but have been extended until November 2009.

According to Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly, Microsoft failed to provide protocol specification documents to competitors as required by the consent decree agreement. The protocol documentation, which was supposed to be made available by February 2003, still hasn't been fully published by Microsoft.

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