As much as Microsoft and others would like otherwise, it is not certain that the FTC's investigation will lead to legal action.
"Typically less than one out of every 10 investigations lead to enforcement. This investigation faces daunting odds," said David Balto, a former FTC policy director.
"The complaints presented to the FTC are from disgruntled advertisers, not consumers. That is not a strong foundation to an antitrust case." http://goo.gl/2a29q
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