“Slovak textile importer EURA Slovakia, s.r.o. is facing EUR 5600 in fines because it refused to use the Microsoft Windows operating system to submit its electronic tax reports. Since May 2012, EURA is appealing against the fines in court.”
see Filing taxes without non-free software: Slovak company appeals fines
It’s bad enough that governments don’t clobber M$ for illegally monopolizing trade in desktop operating systems but here’s a case of a government fining a company for not using Windows TM. That’s just wrong. Is M$ entitled to tax citizens? No way! Fortunately, this case has prompted the Slovak government to switch to platform-independent software. Some good comes out of dark clouds.