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<news date="2005-11-23">
FSFE files application for leave to intervene in antitrust suit against Microsoft
The Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) filed an application for
leave to intervene in the antitrust suit against Microsoft today. Georg
Greve, President of FSFE said: "The more Microsoft is able to purchase
its opponents' solidarity, the more important FSFE's commitment to
freedom and interoperability is."
These days, FSFE meets adversaries of freedom in various venues: In
Brussels, the 'Intellectual Property Rights European Enforcement
Directive' (IPRED2) is being pushed by the rights-holding industry, and
Microsoft has shown that it was able to rewrite the Vienna Conclusions
on ICT and Creativity for the UN World Summit on Information Society (WSIS).