Google Asks Microsoft To Give Users A Choice

Forbes reports that Google meet with the European Union the other day about antitrust issues. They asked Microsoft to give users a choice when selecting their default Internet search engine. The article explains, “Google refused to say if changes Microsoft has already made to its upcoming operating system, Vista, have gone far enough.” You may also want to read Danny’s long write up on the release of IE7 and search engine default battle.

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