More hardball tactics by the business software alliance. I'm against software piracy and companies have a right to protect themselves. But this kind of hardball, threatening tactics to sell software is not right.
Quote from the article:
"Last week, eWEEK learned that as part of that structure, the company is sending letters to channel partners explaining they can see boosts in revenue from 300 percent to 2,000 percent if they tap in to the Truce Campaign hysteria"
Of course Microsoft is the one that had to make that statement. Talk about a money hungry SOB. So in other words, scare your potential customers into purchasing your software. Nice....God I love GPL and Linux....this is crap...
If you give a man a fire he'll be warm, if you light the man on fire he'll be warm for life.