The Wall Street Journal interviewed Neelie Kroes who said the U must design Vista so it doesn't breach antitrust rules. Or else.
The Journal also quotes Kroes as saying that she sent shy and retiring CEO Steve Ballmer a billet doux last week warning him not to put some security features into the Vista OS and not to allow the IE 7 browser to point only at its own search engine.
During this week the U will hold in camera meetings to decide whether Microsoft has done enough to comply with previous rulings. If not, the Vole could squeak to the tune of another $100 million in addition to the $600 million fine already levied. µ
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