Open source for Peru
September 29th, 2005

“Legislators in Peru have approved a hotly contested bill sanctioning use of open source software by government and levelling the playing field for start-ups against Microsoft”,the register reports.”The Peruvian Congress has passed a bill that prohibits any public institution from buying systems that tie users into any particular type of software or that limits “information autonomy”. Public institutions are also barred from having a pre-determined preference for either proprietary software or open-source software”.

Peru’s parliament approves pro-open source bill


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