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heise online: [German] Federal Government promotes Open Source

Translated via Babelfish

"The open SOURCE project GNU Privacy Guard (GPG), coordinated by the
                               Duesseldorfer programmer Werner cook, is
                               to receive still in this year a financial
 syringe of the Federal Ministry for
                               economics and technology (BMWi) at height
 approximately 250,000 Marks. In the
                               next year further means and measures are
 follow. The Federal Government wants
                               to open thereby the Potenziale of open
                               SOURCE for the safety area and expects
                               from the promotion a signal effect."

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