Microsoft Poison Pens
- Carlos Cardoso
 Relevant Posts
- Is Microsoft Trying to Derail Another Massive Migration to GNU/Linux in Brazil?
- Quick Mention: Huge Migration to GNU/Linux in Brazil (52,000,000 Students)
- Is Microsoft Planning a Coup in Brazil?
- Wikileaks/Cablegate Shows Microsoft Trying to Take Over Brazilian Schools
 General Use
- CNET Hypnosis: Only the Poor People of Brazil Might Want GNU/Linux
- Microsoft Fights GNU/Linux and Brazil with Lies
- Red Hat’s CEO Optimistic on ODF; OpenOffice.org Used by 1 in 4 in Brazil
- India Appeals Against OOXML, Joining Brazil, South Africa, Maybe More
- ODF Officially Approved as Malaysian Standard, Brazil Offers Massive Endorsement Too
- Brazil Spills the Beans on OOXML, BRM; India’s Story Told Again
- More Microsoft Shenanigans: Microsoft Rep Shoots Down Brazil’s Appeal Against OOXML
- Australia Changes Mind on OOXML, Brazil and New Zealand Explain Why OOXML is Bad
Jon Maddog Hall: Silva (president of Brazil) used no prompter for his speech on Free Software
Sérgio Amadeu, the president of the Brazilian National Institute for Information Technology, compared Microsoft's habit of giving software to governments to the tactics used by drug dealers.
Microsoft then launched a lawsuit. 
--Schestowitz 18:18, 12 May 2010 (UTC) Error in ref code