|13 Nov 2009||#1|
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Microsoft: Sorry we used GPLv2 code illegally
Quote: Originally Posted by Neowin
Microsoft tonight issued an update on the reports that the company used open source code in their Windows 7 USB/DVD tool, illegally.
Neowin originally reported earlier this week that Microsoft had pulled the tool after complains by Rafael Rivera over some of the content of the Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool.
Microsoft issued the following statement regarding the reports:
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