Stallman attacks Oyster's 'unethical' use of Linux

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Jun 10, 2008 4:24 PM EDT
ZDNet.co.uk; By Peter Judge
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Free-software advocate Richard Stallman has spoken out against the association of open-source software with London's "unethical" Oyster-card system. In an email sent to ZDNet.co.uk on Monday, Stallman criticised the use of open-source software, such as Red Hat Linux, JBoss middleware and Apache web-server software, in the online payment system for the Oyster contactless cards used on London's underground rail network.

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