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[-]  11-10-18 04:30

Microsoft brings 60,000 patents to the Open Invention Network
Microsoft has announced that it is joining the Open Invention Network, a collective that aims to protect open source software and Linux from patent issues. The company acknowledges that joining the OIN is “surprising to some,” that due to its previous “friction” with the OSS community. Despite that, Microsoft has made more than 60,000 of its patents open source. The … Continue reading

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