Sunday, February 28, 2010

Microsoft says Google will lead to anti-monopoly act

Microsoft Google implemented the most strong and open attacks, saying that Google's behavior may be anti-competitive and urged victims to lodge complaints to management.

This is Microsoft's business units and two other smaller online companies complained to the EU regulators Google's activities in the European Union again after a few days to launch attacks.

Microsoft, Google is also opposed to the millions of digital books project. The current program is the U.S. Department of Justice review.

Microsoft on Friday, Deputy Legal Counsel Dave Heiner Microsoft's Web site published a blog that we are worried that Google's approach. Google's approach would lock business partners and content (such as Google Books), exclusion of competitors, and thus more widely competitive distortions. The final competition of legal institutions will have to determine whether the behavior of Google should be regarded as illegal.