ZDNet UK: Wine Maker Relaxed Over Microsoft's 'Blockade'
Feb 23, 2005, 20:30 (2 Talkback[s])
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"A company that sells products based on Wine, an open source
application that allows users to run Windows applications under
Linux, said it isn't worried that Microsoft's anti-piracy
application appears to be blocking the emulation software.
"Jeremy White, chief executive at CodeWeavers, which sells
Wine-based products, said this week that he wasn't worried about
the issue because Microsoft would face legal action if it attempted
to tie Office and Windows too tightly together..."