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Old 08-31-2012, 07:11 AM   #1
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LXer: Leading Standards Organizations Assert Principles of a "New Global Standards Paradigm"


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The big news in the standards arena yesterday was a joint announcement by five of the standards setting organizations (SSOs) that have been most essential to the creation of the Internet and the Web. Joint announcements by SSOs are rare, and the subject matter of this announcement was more so: each organization was joining in the endorsement of a set of five principles that they assert support a “new paradigm for standards” development.

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