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    French court says non to pre-loaded Windows on Acer laptop
    26 Sep 2007
    Antoine Gutzwiller disputed the fact that he had no choice but to buy the €599 Acer notebook with the ubiquitous operating system and software products including Microsoft Works, PowerDVD, and Norton AV.

    The court of Puteaux in France ruled that the PC giant, which is the world's third largest computer vendor, should refund Gutzwiller €311.85 to cover the full cost of software loaded on his machine.

    Intially, Acer offered to settle for just €30 for the software bundled on Gutzwiller's laptop, but he rejected

    Under the judgement, the court said Acer should also cough up €500 in fees to cover what it described as "abusive resistance and committed expenses".

    Taliani/Italove su na to trcoha horsie
    29 Oct 2007
    An Italian judge ruled in favour of a Hewlett Packard (HP) customer who asked for a refund because the Compaq notebook he had bought came pre-loaded with Microsoft's Windows XP and Works 8.

    According to Italian paper Corriere Della Sera, HP was ordered to refund the customer €90 for XP and €50 for Works.

    Pokial by MS nevyhodnoval PC s windows nemali Acer a HP dovod ist do takeho rizika, ze vracali len cast penazi za SW..... A samozrejme, ze tieto pripady vyvlaili reakci poslancov Europskeho parlamentu

    EU: Commission asked to ban sale of PCs with operating system
    2 October 2007 - EU and EU-Wide - General

    Member of the European Left in the European Parliament Erik Meijer wants the European Commission to study possibilities to ban the sale of PC with a pre-installed operating system

    EU: Green MEP: 'EU procurement rules possibly exclude Microsoft'

    10 April 2008 - EU and Europe-wide - Legal Aspects

    The EU procurement rules possibly exclude Microsoft from current or future procurement procedures, says Heide Rühle MEP, internal market spokeswoman for the Greens / EFA in the European Parliament.

    Rühle yesterday wrote the European Commission asking if the EU's procurement rules should apply to Microsoft. According to the rules, bidders who are guilty of serious misconduct and who have been convicted, should be excluded of procurement procedures. "Obviously this also applies to Microsoft", Rühle writes. "I am curious to see whether the EU institutions in the future switch to other products."

    EU: Europarlament testing Ubuntu, OpenOffice and Firefox
    10 April 2008 - EU and Europe-wide - Evaluations, Pilots and Studies

    The European Parliament's IT department is testing the use of GNU/Linux distribution Ubuntu, OpenOffice, Firefox and other Open Source applications, the British MEP James Nicholson explained last week in a letter to Italian MEP Marco Cappato.