PARLIAMENT NOT SOFT ON SOFTWARE PATENTS


The European Parliament rejected the Computer Implemented Inventions Directive on Thursday, calling for it to be started again from scratch. Meanwhile, Microsoft has denied claims that it threated the Danish Prime-Minister than jobs would be taken away from Denmark if the Danes did not back the CII Directive says CNet.
PARLIAMENT NOT SOFT ON SOFTWARE PATENTS PARLIAMENT NOT SOFT ON SOFTWARE PATENTS Reviewed by Unknown on Tuesday, February 22, 2005 Rating: 5

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