The latest antitrust investigation surrounding Microsoft was initiated this week by the state of Texas.
In an enquiry that could have implications beyond state boundaries, Texas authorities sent Microsoft a letter this week requesting documents to help it investigate "possible monopolisation and restraint of trade in the Internet market". A Microsoft representative said the software giant will provide whatever the investigators want.
The company will supply licensing agreements, plans, budgets and financial projections to the state. A month ago, Netscape provided similar documents to the antitrust investigation.
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