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Microsoft often likes to portray itself as a company that supports education and research, but that appears to be just a pose, with the company showing its real colours recently when it stripped the European Organisation for Nuclear Research of the status of "academic institution".
Microsoft's revocation of the "academic institution" status granted to the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, better known as CERN, has led to the organisation deciding to get rid of software sold by the Redmond behemoth in order to avoid lock-in and to keep its costs down.
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