Proposal to allow patent-bound WWW standards

To whom it may concern:
I am appalled the W3C is even considering allowing patent-bound standards,
effectively giving certain corporate vested interests a monopoly.
I caution the W3C that we as internet users can always, en masse, turn our 
backs on YOU, and no longer recognize you as a internet standards body if you 
choose to abuse your given powers.  
The internet needs to remain based on standards in the public domain and thus 
free for everybody.  
Thomas Smith

Received on Sunday, 30 September 2001 17:32:18 UTC