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This explosive response of Firefox 3.0 release, Open sourced web browser all over the world well exceeded the expectation of Mozilla chairwoman Mitchell Baker, who happened to be in Seoul on the occasion of the OECD Ministerial Meeting and Future Web Forum on 20th, June 2008. It was ironic that she was in South Korea, […]

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Professor Leads ‘Indirect’ War on MS

In: Government, Company, ActiveX

(Korea Times Via Thomson Dialog NewsEdge) By Cho Jin-seo
A law professor is leading a civil rights movement of computer users, pressuring the unresponsive government to lessen Microsoft’s monopoly on Korean Web sites and to give breathing room for non-Microsoft users.

Kim Kee-chang, who teaches at Korea University’s law school, is filing three compensation and criminal suits […]

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