__/ [ Rafael ] on Friday 25 May 2007 19:31 \__
> Recently I read the following in a blog:
>> Couple months ago, Microsoft Indonesia sweeped all internet
>> cafe that using illegal copy of Windows, after that moment
>> most of internet cafe using Linux as it's operating system.
>> It's a good start to introducing Linux to Indonesian.
>> Now, most of Computers store installed Linux in newly build
>> computers (including laptop).
> I conclude that because of Microsoft Anti-Piracy moves, shops are
> now pirating Linux on their systems! :-)
They did the same thing in Russia and India recently.
Russian schools abandon Windows after piracy scare
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| Microsoft says that the incident has nothing to do with them, but it
| appears that Russian schools in the area are so scared about being shipped
| off to a Siberian Gulag, that they are buying Linux gear instead.
| According to Karpushin, schools would start using freely distributed
| software like the Linux OS, Russky office and Open office desktop apps,
| Ekho Moskvi reports.
Indian dealers are squealers over Microsoft piracy raids
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| The resellers have also planned boycotts against Microsoft.
| Those participating in the strike agreed to stop all purchases
| of Microsoft products for this quarter.
They said they would move to Linux.
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