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Bajo Nadella, Otro Ballmer Con Diferente Cara y Muchos Menos Kilos de Peso, La Extorsión de Patentes Contra Linux Esta muy Viva Todavía

Posted in GNU/Linux, Microsoft, Patents at 10:23 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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Publicado en GNU/Linux, Microsoft, Patentes at 11:09 am por el Dr. Roy Schestowitz

¿Hacer dinero sin mover un dedo, porqué no?

Microsoft loves Capone
Microsoft ama a Capone

Sumario: Microsoft mantiene su estrategia Capone (‘dinero por protectión’) en un esfuerzo por coexistir con Linux… como su vaca de dinero, agravado por patentes de software y arreglos secretos en vez de justicia verdadera

MICROSOFT ha caido bajo fuego de los medios por sus ataques de patentes contra Linux. Hay nuevos y renovados casos of EXTORCIÓN a principios de mes y a pesar del criticismo público Microsoft no ha hecho nada (excepto seguir con sus ataques). Incluso no emitió una refutación a los medios.

MIP esta escribiéndo acerca del Mafioso de patentes de Microsoft (hombre horrible que sin misericordia persiguió a los usuarios de Linux), quien reciéntemente salió, siguiendo a Marshall Phelps (hace 6 años).

“Se trata sobre todo de ejercer control sobre la competencia (mediante amenazas de patentes) y hacer dinero de la competicia (también usando amenazas de patentes).”“Horacio Gutierrez va a unirse a Spotify como consejero genere basado en New York,” MIP escribió. “El es consejero general y vice-presidente corporativo de asuntos legales en Microsoft, un rol que asumió en Julio del 2014 despues de previamente haver servido como cabeza de IP de la compañíá.”

Como hemos notado aquí antes, el fue promovido después de que comenzó toda esa extorsión de patentes, mientas que Marshall Phelps salió. Otra persona envuelta en esta estrategia, Brad Smith, fue promovido hace medio año y no indicación cualquiera que Microsoft detendrá su ataque contra Linux con patentes de software. En realidad, basados en este nuevo reportaje de Andrew Orlowski, probablemente habra otra patente que Microsoft usará para EXTORSIÓNAR/SACUDIR/ENJUICIAR Android/Linux. Para citar a Orlowski:

Una reciéntemente publicada aplicación por patentes de Microsoft nos dá huellas a sus futuos pasos para hacer que Windows salte a través de la frontera de especies.

Windows ya lo hace, en una manera, con su aspecto Continuum.

Conecta un teclado y una pantalla al teléfono, y convierte tu teléfono en un órdenador, con los mismos binarios en el teléfono convirténdolo en (suerte de) aplicación completa de pantalla.

Como mencionamos hace unas pocas semanas, Microsoft simplemente COPIÓ de GNU/Linux (Canonical/Ubuntu) y ahora reclame créditos por ello con aplicaciones de patentes. ¿Cuán desgraciado es eso? Todo es acerca de ejercer control de la competencia (usando amenazas de patentes) y hacer dinero de la competencia (también usando amenazas de patentes). Y ahora nos dicen que Microsoft ¨ama a Linux¨…

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