Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 27th Oct 2006 18:56 UTC, submitted by Col
RISC OS The high street bank today apologised to NetSurf users for locking them out of their web bank accounts, and re-enabled their access. HSBC said it now recognises NetSurf and RISC OS, adding: "We welcome all standards compliant browsers and platforms." The move was welcomed by punters, who were amazed that a global corporation had responded positively to the needs of a niche platform.
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RE[2]: Good.
by Earl Colby pottinger on Sat 28th Oct 2006 17:10 UTC in reply to "RE: Good."
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>Not really. They just hunted down the goon responsible, gave him a kick,

What else would you want them to do? Usually corps hid behind thier size and never admit there is a real problem.

And way too often the person responsable for a bad decision never gets touch. If they found him then all the better.

>and then tried to announce that their faceless corporation is always on the ball and welcomes
>alternative operating systems (by having systems in place to block them at will).

And compare to most large corps they are!

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