Lawrence Lessig comments succinctly on one of the more outrageous stories I’ve read recently. (I’m not sure why I didn’t link to it.) The subject is the WIPO’s decision to nix a proposed meeting on open source software thanks to heavy lobbying by the likes of Microsoft. If you’re judging companies by their actions rather than their words, then it’s becoming evident that open source is really starting to scare the hell out of the vested interests in the software industry.