News Burst: Solutions planned for MS - Report

According to a report in the New York Times Tuesday, state and federal officials prosecuting the Microsoft antitrust case say their goal in any settlement, or court-imposed remedy, will be to break the company's monopoly in personal computer operating systems, or limit its ability to wield such monopoly power.

According to a report in the New York Times Tuesday, state and federal officials prosecuting the Microsoft antitrust case say their goal in any settlement, or court-imposed remedy, will be to break the company's monopoly in personal computer operating systems, or limit its ability to wield such monopoly power.

The report says DoJ officials and state attorneys general have suggested several proposals ranging from forcing Microsoft to publish the source code for the Windows operating system to breaking up the company.

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