Internetnews.com – Microsoft wants its Sender ID spam-fighting technology to be accepted by the IETF as a standard, but open source advocates say Redmond's patent terms will make it impossible to incorporate the technology into any open source products. Attempts at compromise are underway; read on to find out more.
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