Public responses to the Microsoft antitrust settlement have forced the company and the US Department of Justice to consider changes to the proposed agreement.
Half of the 30,000 responses included in the report were against the settlement, with 7,500 in favour and 7,000 neutral.
Just over 1,000 responses were unrelated to the case.
US District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly has indicated that she expects the Department of Justice and Microsoft to take into account the public responses, and she could impose conditions or even reject the deal.
Both parties have said they will submit any proposed changes to the original agreement by 27 February.
Microsoft, the Department of Justice and nine US states agreed a settlement in November. The mandatory 60 days of public comment ended on 28 January.
Nine other states and the District of Columbia rejected the settlement and are pursuing the antitrust case.
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