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Microsoft, whose Windows operating system owns close to 90 percent of the market, experienced one such embarrassing incident on Tuesday, when it was noticed that one of the company's ads on its Polish site was changed from a U.S. version to Photoshop out the face of a black man at a company meeting.
In addition, the photoshopping (or perhaps using MS Paint, by the looks of it) was likely hastily performed, taking no effort to change the color of the man's hand and including a large smirking head that seemed strangely out of place on the body. Additionally, it was also noticed that the ma
Microsoft's spokesperson, Lou Gellos, has delivered a sheepish response, stating, "We are looking into t
Originally posted by jd140
Am I the only one that finds this to be a little on the hoax side?
You are telling me a computer hardware company the size of Microsoft altered their ad and this was the best they could do?
Is anyone really buying this? There is no way in todays world of technology and video sharing, they thought they could get away with this.
I don't think Microsoft did this.
Originally posted by Alxandro
Rather than fixing the black man in the advertisement I think Microsoft should spend their time and money fixing the blue screen, of death.