South Korea is stuck with Internet Explorer in 2013
The Washington Post covers the defacto monopoly of Windows in South Korea recently with Chico Harlan’s article: South Korea is stuck with Internet Explorer for online shopping because of security law.
I covered this in 2007 with my piece the cost of monoculture, which is basically still accurate as of late 2013.
I’m a little surprised that Harlan did not link to my piece as it is the first and most widely-circulated English-language piece on this topic. I’m also a bit surprised that Harlan did not interview Dr. Keechang Kim of Korea University who has been the most vocal voice in Korea against this defacto monopoly.