Corel has withdrawn its popular graphics program Draw in Germany. The result follows the launch of an investigation by the Munich prosecutor into the use of the software by a German neo-Nazi group.
The group used the software to print business cards using symbols banned in Germany. The software three drawings of Adolf Hitler and a swastika.
The Canadian company made no suggestion that the software would be withdrawn from any country other than Germany. However, company spokesman Thomas Layer stated that the drawings would be removed from future versions.
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