The New York Times reports that an international panel of information technology experts is urging nations to embrace open technology standards as an engine for economic growth. In a 33-page report to the World Bank, these experts define open standards as technology that is not owned by a single company, such as Microsoft. The experts point to the success of open-source software as one example of what can happen when information technology is openly shared. (Note: This site requires registration.)...
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