settlement's impact on the marketplace was "essentially nonexistent."
Court papers filed this week demonstrate that the U.S. Department of Justice is
asking Microsoft to reveal more to rivals who license essential Windows computer
code as part of the company's ongoing antitrust settlement.
The documents in federal court show that Microsoft has agreed to a deal with the DOJ, as well as state attorneys general, to resolve worries that
rivals are not getting enough "back-up documentation" when they pay for access to protocols needed to make server software work well with the Windows
But not everyone is keen on the level of cooperation Redmond is offering.