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Microsoft said on Wednesday it filed a lawsuit against the European Commission in a European Union court, the latest wrangle in its long-running battle against competition authorities in Brussels.
"Microsoft has filed an application for annulment with the Court of First Instance specifically concerning the issue of broad licences for the source code of communications protocols," a company spokesman said.
The issue relates to server software which runs printing, filing and security tasks for small office groups.
The Commission was expected to comment at its regular midday briefing.