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Microsoft Sued for Contract Violation in Asia

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Summary: More trouble for Microsoft in Asia after the head of Microsoft in the Philippines quits and China gets blackmailed

There is a bit of a mess for Microsoft in Asia these days. Apart from antitrust in Korea, Microsoft is said to be blackmailing China [1, 2] and the head of Microsoft Philippines jumped ship very suddenly, leaving an obvious void behind him based on the latest reports. Similarly-sudden departures of country heads were seen in India and in Singapore quite recently.



Adding to all these issues of crime and/or internal affairs, we now have a RMB 70 million lawsuit against Microsoft. It is accused of contract violation.

Microsoft (Nasdaq:MSFT) has been asked to pay compensation of more than RMB 70 million by Shenzhen-based quality certification service provider Mowom for Microsoft's failure to fulfill a 2005 contract, reports Sanxiang City Express quoting Mowom Chief Designer Matt Zhou.


When will people finally learn to stop trusting Microsoft? This is the company that sued Linux after it promised that there would be no patent issues with FAT. Daily Kos has published the article "Why I Hate Microsoft." It's not as loathsome as the headline makes it sound.

"Crime is the soul of lust. What would pleasure be if it were not accompanied by crime? It is not the object of debauchery that excites us, rather the idea of evil."

--Marquis de Sade

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