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Comment: Re:A strike against Java and Flash (and Shockwave) (Score 1) 580

by joeblowme (#7171397) Attached to: Company Files Motion to Stop IE Distribution
Yes it will affect companies like Macromedia and Sun but this also affects microsoft too and many other companies. I won't argue with the fact that microsoft may want to enter those markets but to say they want plug-ins not to be allowed is ridiculous. Especially since like every new piece of web based microsoft software seems to work off of Active-X plugins. Your logic that because microsoft wants to dominate every area of the software market and this will could help them so they must be happy about it is seriously flawed. I guess it's not much of a concern though, as someone(probably microsoft themself) will right an after market hack for IE that will suppress the pop ups to use a plugin.

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