La Commission Européenne a pris sa décision dans l'affaire Microsoft qui pourrait bientôt devroir changer ses pratiques et payer des millions de ? d'amendes.
et ça trolle dur sur Slashdot : http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=04/01/27/1319201(...)
Surtout que dans le même temps, les Anglais veulent donner une médaille à Billou. J'en ai trouvé des bonnes :
Do you know a better way of getting Bill Gates to kneel in front of someone who wants to hit him with a sword? If only Elizabeth has suffered through enough blue screens... Ah... the possibilities...
Slight correction: The current British Government wants to Knight him.
And deservedly so; it was for services to British industry.
And without Microsoft Britain's IT consultant industry would be a mere shadow of its present glorious self. There are literally tens of thousands of highly trained professionals scattered across the country poised to save poor innocents from the consequences of Microsoft's overly-complicated, bug-ridden, security-holed applications.
Un Anglais : But the EU would still be there. Why can't we trade with the EU like we trade with the US? We need the US as well economically, but that doesn't imply we need to be a member state of the US, does it?
La réponse : No, of course not. You've allready demonstrated you're ability to take orders from the US government without needing to be a member state.