TalkBack Central: Why Microsoft will never go with open-source

Summary:"Microsoft is not going to open their source code. They cannot.

"Microsoft is not going to open their source code. They cannot. It really does not have anything to do with being "un-American," or being a threat to "intellectual property rights" or any other sound-bite. It merely means that open-source is a playing field in which they cannot control the outcome," says ZDNet News reader Charles Talk. Read more of Charles's opnion.

Topics: Microsoft, Legal, Open Source, Patents

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