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[liberationtech] Skype letter strategy

Ali-Reza Anghaie ali at packetknife.com
Thu Jan 17 09:22:33 PST 2013


There is no harm in taking Kate's advice to heart - they also do care, you
may perceive a complete lack of care through their
legal wrangling and maneuverings and I wouldn't suggest anyone there is a
"warm heart" about these issues - but just like Security issues and Linux
before, they care because the sysadmins and cloud architects of tomorrow
care - and Microsoft needs them (just like a period before when concerns
about Office licensing waiving).

Targeting the Board, major journalists, major Fortune 100 companies that
use the services - it's all sound and worthwhile and costs nothing. Worst
case, nothing changes - everything from there is an improvement. -Ali



On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 11:46 AM, André Rebentisch <tabesin at gmail.com>wrote:

> Am 17.01.2013 15:31, schrieb Maxim Kammerer:
> > Could you please be more specific?
> Hiring the worst "tobaccos", disrespectful communication about
> competition authorities, mass-taking over standard committees by ISV,
> unreasonable communication, undue interference in non-domestic nations,
> bullying tactics.
>
> Just take DCI as an example.
> http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=DCI_Group
> It became wider known to a general audience when the McCain campaign was
> alluded to their lobbying for Burma.
>
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