Horizontal scrollbar prompts EU gripe from 6 browser makers
With Microsoft's EU-appeasing browser ballot rolling out across Europe over the next three months, dissatisfaction is growing with its implementation. Last week, flaws in its randomization emerged—a result of ineptitude rather than malice.
Today, six Web browsers have petitioned the EU to complain about the overall design of the browser ballot. They argue that the ballot fails to do what it is supposed to: provide European consumers with "information on the 12 most widely-used web browsers."
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