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  4. <title>PDFreaders - Parliamentary questions</title>
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  7. <p id="category"><a href="pdfreaders.html">Free Software PDF Readers</a></p>
  8. <h1>Parliamentary questions</h1>
  9. <p>2 December 2011 - E-011374/2011 - Question for written answer to the Commission Rule 117<br />
  10. Jan Philipp Albrecht (Verts/ALE) , Françoise Castex (S&amp;D) , Marietje Schaake (ALDE) , Christian Engström (Verts/ALE) and Francisco Sosa Wagner (NI)<br />
  11. <a href=";language=EN">Copyright: European Union, 2011 - Source: European Parliament</a></p>
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  13. <p>Numerous EU public websites refer to proprietary software, like Acrobat
  14. Reader, as the only possible way of reading PDF files, and provide a
  15. download link. This is a case of direct advertising by public institutions,
  16. which creates a competitive advantage for one company to sell its
  17. products.</p>
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  19. <li>Currently, on how many of the Commission’s own web pages do such
  20. advertisements appear?</li>
  21. <li>Could the Commission provide links to these pages, as well as names
  22. of EU institutions that have such advertising on their websites?</li>
  23. <li>What are the Commission’s reasons (e.g. financial gain, lack of other
  24. functional software, etc.) for advertising this particular software as
  25. the only possible way of reading PDF files?</li>
  26. <li>Have the institutions that have such advertising on their website
  27. explained whether they have tried other PDF readers before? Which
  28. software did they mention?</li>
  29. <li>What steps is the Commission taking to resolve this problem regarding
  30. a) the Commission’s own website, and b) the websites of public
  31. institutions in Member States?</li>
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