July 2, 2001

MS attacks Open Source

Author: JT Smith

Interactive Week highlights the latest anti-Open Source silliness from Microsoft -- a company, as one observer is quoted as saying, "seems to be going ahead as if antitrust doesn't exist and won't affect them." Read all about the licensing changes to Microsoft's Mobile Internet Toolkit that forbid the use of "viral" software and operating systems, and the new look-but-don't-touch program of "shared source" that is supposed to prove that Windows isn't closed source. Or something like that.
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