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January 31, 2007

Microsoft software banned at WSF

Filed under: linux, Open Source — tuxicity @ 12:28 pm

“The unfortunate thing is that the whole third world, including almost all of Africa, is being forced to use Microsoft products, through the pretext of trade treaties like the WIPO and the WTO”, Sukumaran says.

“The open source movement is providing Linux, a robust free software operating system. Everybody owns it and it can be shared. And this is what WSF is all about: a free society, a movement fighting for ownership of free resources”, he said.

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