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July 18, 2006 at 1:33 PM

What Microsoft has learned


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Brad Smith

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Brad Smith, Microsoft’s senior vice president and general counsel, is scheduled to tell a Washington, D.C., audience “what the company has learned from more than a decade of regulatory analysis and scrutiny, and how it has incorporated those lessons into a set of guiding principles that it will implement in the development of future generations of the Windows platform, including Windows Vista.”

Smith’s comments will come a week after Microsoft was hit with heavy fines in its antitrust dispute with the European Commission.

Smith will share Microsoft’s “competitive vision and guiding principles” at a lunch tomorrow hosted by the New America Foundation at the National Press Club.

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