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05/06/2005

Microsoft back in the family?

by Jeremy Hooper

microsoftIt seems that Microsoft has reversed its recent decision to abandon support for the 'mos.

The Seattle Times reports that Chief Executive Steve Ballmer told employees today via email that the company will "formally support future efforts to pass gay rights legislation."

Hell hath no fury like a homo-gay scorned.

Microsoft again supports gay rights legislation [Seattle Times Online]

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