Perpetrators Hoax 'Stupid IE Users' Admit Action A confession from the perpetrator drove a fake news release (hoax) and was quoted by major media and technology blog. Abal-abal study did mention that IE users have lower IQs than other browser users. Tarandeep Gill, a computer programmer admits that he is the perpetrator behindthese bogus studies and was responsible for a hoax that he produces. Through the site AptiQuant.com, Gill helped explain chronological hoax was started and eventually spread. "At first I was frustrated with IE and emerging ideas for creating literacy issues thatmake IE users not to use a browser that anymore. There is no intention to attackanyone. This does not include publication, but attempts to resuscitate all people will be how not kompatibelnya IE," said written by Gill in a statement. The story of this paper itself has spread everywhere and carried by major mediaincluding the BBC, CBS, CNN, Forbes, and not including any other technology blogs."This is purely a joke and I apologize if there are parties who feel aggrieved," addedGill. As reported by the BBC and launched ITGazine on Thursday (04/08/2011), AptiQuantsite has just been created and it uses materials and staff photographs owned by the French research company named Central Test. In its website Gill also apologized toIE users that he called stupid and told Centrat Test for copying their content withoutpermission.
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