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Cybersource vehemently opposes the W3C Patent Policy Framework proposal

From: Con Zymaris <conz@cyber.com.au>
Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2001 10:07:05 +1000
To: www-patentpolicy-comment@w3.org
Cc: cyber@cyber.com.au
Message-ID: <20011005100705.W6438@cyber.com.au>
To Whom It May Concern.

Cybersource has shown over 10 years of strong support for open and
interoperable Internet and World-Wide Web standards. 

We _vehemently_ oppose the introduction of any framework which seeks to
introduce patented-technology into core protocols and standards.

We believe this will lead to a substantial destabilisation of
international standards-bodies, such as the W3C, and the likely
balkanisation of the Web. For the continued success and health of the
Internet, this must be avoided at all costs.


Con Zymaris
CEO
Cybersource   

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