Paranoia, perhaps or general distrust. Anyone know what they are using presently?
There have been rumours about that for a long while. No evidence they are actually doing much.The Chinese government is attempting to develop an alternative to Windows, based on Linux, in order to reduce reliance on foreign imports.
We will have to hope they do start to take it seriously. If the Chinese govt throws it's weight behind the idea, we will finally have a serious contender. They would be doing the whole world a favour.There would be huge advantages for China as well of course. We will have to keep our fingers crossed.
With all the recent developments, that's certainly a thing to look upon isn't it?
Let's hope it's true !The Chinese government is attempting to develop an alternative to Windows, based on Linux, in order to reduce reliance on foreign imports.
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Nothing new in that -- the FBI in the USA have been known to visit offices of very well known and prestigious Firms on WALL ST. and have led people away in handcuffs in full view of Staff and bemused spectators on the street outside.
Nobody should be surprised at what Govt offices come up with (or even the private companies themselves). Could be something simple like the correct bribery hasn't been paid or something much more serious as a violation of State / Govt Law (on either side).
These things always get sorted out in the end.
It all get sorted at last, but it depends on which ideologies are controlling the enforcement laws & state laws.. Isn't it?
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