Yesterday Microsoft appointed two senior legal executives to ensure the Redmond Giant complies with legal obligations associated with the US antitrust case.
David Dadoun, former antitrust lawyer at the Federal Trade Commission, takes the role as Microsoft's internal antitrust compliance officer.
He will report to Microsoft's second appointee, Odell Guyton, federal prosecutor and attorney for the US Department of Justice (DOJ).
The appointments came about as a result of an agreement between the US government and Microsoft.
Microsoft's chief executive, Steve Ballmer, said the company was "committed to full compliance with the antitrust settlement."
Although an agreement has been made on behalf of the DOJ, a number of individual states are still pressing the matter.
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