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Human Rights First Praises New Microsoft Licensing Policy, Urges U.S. Government to Stand with Tech Companies Combating Abuses

Author: Human Rights First, Published on: 7 December 2010

Late this afternoon, Microsoft announced a unilateral license for nongovernmental organizations and independent media designed to address concerns regarding the Russian government’s politically motivated enforcement of antipiracy laws against media and non-governmental organizations. Human Rights First dubbed the announcement welcome progress on a problem that has had serious repercussions for independent groups in Russia. [also refers to Adobe, Corel]

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Related companies: Adobe Systems Microsoft