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Microsoft Unleashes Its Paid Guns to Fight European Regulators (Apr 22, 2009)

Stallman Explains Why Software Patents are Wrong (Apr 21, 2009)

Antitrust Memo Shows How Microsoft Patent Encumbrances Are Used to Harm GNU/Linu (Apr 15, 2009)

How Microsoft Changes the Prices at OEMs to Block GNU/Linux Sales (Apr 12, 2009)

Microsoft-NPD Connections (Apr 10, 2009)

Did Tomboy Learn from TomTom? Project Forked... (Apr 08, 2009)

GNU/Linux Really Can Save Us from Conficker (Mar 31, 2009)

Why Microsoft Has Already Crashed OSBC 2009 (Mar 26, 2009)

Microsoft Wants to Make Something Out of Nothing to Fight GNU/Linux (Mar 09, 2009)

GNU/Linux Market Share: Why Gartner and IDC Must be Ignored (Mar 05, 2009)

Why Microsoft is Likely to Lose the TomTom Case (Mar 01, 2009)

Red Hat-Microsoft Agreement Not Malicious, But Was It Smart? (Feb 16, 2009)

How Microsoft Fights GNU/Linux, Apple, Others (Feb 09, 2009)

Microsoft and Apple Pay Net Applications (Hitslink) (Feb 04, 2009)

Bill Gates on Linux@Intel: "This Huge Driver Group Scares Me." (Feb 04, 2009)

Microsoft on Intel's Anti-Linux: "Please Keep Confidential. This is a Nightmare" (Jan 31, 2009)

Antitrust: How Microsoft Schemed to Derail Dell GNU/Linux (Jan 29, 2009)

GNU/Linux ALREADY Kicks Windows to the Curb (Jan 29, 2009)

Microsoft’s "Talking Point" Memo and the Anti-GNU/Linux Studies (Jan 26, 2009)

Microsoft Antitrust: "The Linux Threat on the Desktop" (2006) and Predatory Response (Jan 22, 2009)

Jim Allchin: "We Feel a Huge Threat from Linux" (Analysts Cartel Part IV) (Jan 21, 2009)

Gartner Group Corrupted by Microsoft (Analysts Cartel Part III) (Jan 20, 2009)

Microsoft's "Linux Compete Squad" in Education (Jan 17, 2009)

Interview with Non-Sun Contributor, Charles-H. Schulz (Jan 13, 2009)

Former Microsoft Shill Openly Confesses, Alleges Microsoft Still Does This (Dec 30, 2008)

The Many Signs That GNU/Linux Grew Significantly in 2007 - Part 1 (Dec 10, 2008)

Leaked: Microsoft Pays Companies to Recommend Windows (Dec 02, 2008)

Liability for Software When Life is at Stake (Nov 19, 2008)

BoycottNovell Goes Shopping for Mono Patent 'Protection' (Oct 10, 2008)

OOXML Leaked: The Stuff ISO Doesn�t Want You to Have (Updated) (Oct 04, 2008)

More Independent Studies Against GNU/Linux (Sep 25, 2008)

The GNU/Linux Kidnap Theory (Sep 08, 2008)

FUD Warning: Microsoft Casts "GNU/Linux" as "Piracy" (Sep 06, 2008)

Who Ever Said Novell Was a "Prince"? (Aug 29, 2008)

The Software Patents Situation and How It Affects Free Software (Aug 04, 2008)

Sam Ramji, the Man Who Wants to Politely Steal from GNU/Linux (Jul 31, 2008)

Microsoft: Its Party’s Over (Jul 22, 2008)

As Punishment for OOXML Scandals Looms, Microsoft Starts Playing Politics (Jun 05, 2008)

Microsoft's Quiet War Against GNU/Linux on Motherboards (May 16, 2008)

Red Hat Linux Desktop Moves: Calculated Strategy (May 06, 2008)

Boycott Novell: Did Microsoft Attack IBM by Proxy to Restrain OOXML Critics? (Apr 07, 2008)

Summary of Mono�s Danger to GNU/Linux and the Free Desktop (Mar 24, 2008)

Threats (Subversive and Otherwise) to GNU/Linux Growth (Mar 12, 2008)

How GNU/Linux Gets Contaminated with Software Patents from the Back Door (Feb 20, 2008)

How Would GNU/Linux Users Be Affected by Yahoo-Microsoft Merger? (Feb 06, 2008)

Speeding Up Free Software Adoption: External and Internal Routes to Success (Jan 30, 2008)

Signposts of GNU/Linux Growth in 2007, Part 2 (Jan 07, 2008)

Signposts of GNU/Linux Growth in 2007, Part 1 (Jan 02, 2008)

Interview with Richard Stallman: Four Essential Freedoms (Dec 20, 2007)

The Laws of Open Standards Broken by Interoperability (Dec 05, 2007)

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