My thoughts as an enterprise Java developer.

Monday, November 02, 2009

Open source as an antitrust strategy | The Open Road - CNET News

Open source as an antitrust strategy | The Open Road - CNET News: "IBM, Intel, Red Hat, and others aren't investing in Linux because they're all chums at the country club together, but rather because they're looking for ways to reduce Microsoft's hold on their own businesses through its control of personal computer and server operating systems.
As an added benefit, it's a great way for companies to collaborate without running afoul of antitrust laws. It's collusion without the collusion."

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