The complaint calls on Microsoft to adhere to its own public pronouncements to support these standards, instead of stifling them with its notorious "Embrace, Extend and Extinguish" strategy.
Microsoft's unilateral control over standards in some markets creates a de facto standard that is more costly to support, harder to maintain, and technologically inferior and that can even expose users to security risks.
It's easier to be "100% right" if/when you (conveniently?) forget to address the actual issues of the complaint
I have never yet encountered a website that didn't work in IE
Lucky for you
And I wish you just as much luck if/when you're ever asked to maintain an existing site that was NOT written to standards.
[edited by: tedster at 4:44 am (utc) on Dec. 18, 2007]