July 29, 2002
Peru may move to open-source software

Norway has already started cutting the ties with Microsoft - now Peru may be moving towards open-source software as well and Microsoft is peeing their pants asking them to reconsider...

Afraid that Peru may adopt a bill decreeing the use of open-source software in all government systems, Microsoft apparently enlisted the American ambassador in Lima to help try and convince the Peruvians to kill the legislation.

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Regarding Peru's politicians consideration of bootlegged software. If you travel down Av. Wilson, in Lima, you can buy anyone's software for less than $20.00 and it's no secret.

Posted by: Traveler on May 5, 2004 06:59 AM
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