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Keeping up standards - the risk of ‘vendor capture’ Peter Campbell has written, presumably from Australia, but his e-mail address is not specific. He says: A problem with standards, which has led to comments in the USA, is the ‘vendor capture’ of standards or, perhaps, of their committees. It would be very surprising if manufacturers and other interested parties did not take the opportunity to use standards committees and their standards as an indirect marketing tool.