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Remedies proposed in Microsoft case

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Seattle -- The Seattle Times reported Sunday that state attorneys general may ask Microsoft Corp. to relinquish control of its Windows operating system should the software giant wind up on the losing end of the landmark antitrust case against it. In a document prepared by the 19 state attorneys general suing Microsoft and obtained by the Seattle Times, other remedies for Microsoft's alleged antitrust behavior include allowing regulators to have access to company e-mail or requiring the company to gain federal approval before making software company acquisitions.
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