SCO's shenanigans, Verisign's redirection of mistyped domain names, and now ISO itself talking about possibly making ISO country and language codes
(like en-US) a royalty-generating item. What do all these have in common? According to LinuxWorld senior editor James Turner, they're all attempts
to turn a quick profit at the expense of the overall health of the IT community and economy.
September 22, 2003