What you need to know
- Microsoft responded to Slack's allegations of anticompetitive practices.
- Slack accused Microsoft of abusing its market dominance to eliminate competition for Microsoft Teams.
- A Microsoft spokesperson said that Slack "suffered" due to its lack of video conferencing.
Microsoft responded to Slack's accusation of anticompetitive practices. Earlier today, Slack filed a complaint to the EU which claimed Microsoft abused its market dominance to eliminate competition for Microsoft Teams. Now, a Microsoft spokesperson responded to the accusations.
Here's the complete statement from the Microsoft spokesperson with emphasis added:
The statement is more direct than many responses shared from Microsoft spokespersons. We'll continue to update our coverage of these accusations from Slack and Microsoft's response as more details come out.
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