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Torvalds cries 'bogus' too often and too easily

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Microsoft Florian

That first link points to a Microsoft lobbyist, who recently admitted Microsoft was paying him. His goal is simply to attack Android, smear IBM, he mass-mailed journalists to deceive them, and FOSS journalists learned to disregard him.

Link Please?

When I google this guy, it starts to look more complicated.

I gathered many examples over

I gathered many examples over the years at http://techrights.org/wiki/index.php/Florian_Müller

Wow!

Well, that's a link for sure. Thanks!

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