NY Times: A proposed law intended to standardize software licensing from state to state has ignited a battle between its supporters ó most notably, the business software industry ó and the many forces who have joined to defeat it.
Opposition has united a strange collection of bedfellows: librarians, information-technology managers and corporate chief information officers, insurance and aerospace executives, and consumer groups. (full story)
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