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A Kinder Unisys Makes Web Users Burn
Unisys has modified its policy on garnering license fees from the use of the .GIF image format.

unisys history  Kinder Unisys Makes Web Users Burn Event Summary Unisys Corp holds the patent for a data compression algorithm known as LZW. Many years ago CompuServe used LZW as the basis of its GIF image format. In 1995 it obtained a license fee arrangement from CompuServe. It has also obtained licensing arrangements with most major commercial vendors of graphics programs. Unisys is now asking Web developers to determine whether the software they are using is properly licensed; if not, Unisys is requesting a $5,000

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