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Association for Competitive Technology

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Association for Competitive Technology (ACT) is an organisation which supports DRM and software patents, lobbies against open standards, and generally supports Microsoft in public policy debates. Their membership includes Microsoft, eBay, Oracle, Orbitz and VeriSign. Ironically, their slogan is "Promoting Small Business Innovation".

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