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MULTIMEDIA UPDATE: JUSTICE WARMING UP FOR MICROSOFT FIGHT?
Published July 14, 1995
The Justice Department filed a legal brief yesterday concerning Microsoft's "much-anticipated" Windows 95 operating system and its access to the Microsoft Network. The brief "stops short of charging Microsoft with any legal violations, but it provides the most solid indication yet that the Government may try to force changes in Microsoft's new program" (Edmund Andrews, N.Y. TIMES, 7/14). According to the WALL STREET JOURNAL, the memo's language "seems to hint that the government might be satisfied with some scheme to give PC makers a choice about buying the MSN software" (Don Clark, WALL STREET JOURNAL, 7/14).