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Old 16th February 2011
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Default Mozilla: 'Internet Explorer 9 is not a modern browser'

From http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/02/15/mozilla_on_ie9/

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Mozilla has taken a right swipe at Microsoft's Internet Explorer, telling the world that the latest incarnation of IE is not a "modern browser."

On Tuesday, with both Firefox 4 and IE9 on the verge of official release, Mozilla technical evangelist Paul Rouget hit back at apparent Microsoft suggestions that the new IE offers more extensive HTML5 support than competing browsers. "Is IE9 a modern browser?" Rouget writes on his personal blog. "NO."
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