Industry Standards

WASHINGTON - The government must take a more active role in securing the Internet, industry experts told Congress Tuesday, arguing that as businesses and governments rely more on cyberspace the prospect of a serious attack grows.

BRUSSELS - European Union regulators on Wednesday dropped an antitrust investigation into U.S.

HONOLULU - Internet traffic has continued to explode even during the global economic recession, but computing experts said it won't be able to keep growing indefinitely unless online service providers widely adopt an upgrade in the Net's fundamental structure.

REDMOND, Wash. - Microsoft Corp., which has already shelled out $2.5 billion in antitrust fines in Europe, is on the brink of closing a chapter in its long-running battle with regulators there, just in time for another to begin.

BRUSSELS - European Union regulators said Wednesday they were preparing to settle a long and costly antitrust battle with Microsoft Corp.
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