July 27, 2004

Declan on Anit-Spyware Bills

It appears several congressional types are trying to apply policy to the technical problem of spyware. Delcan covers the issue this week.

Unfortunately he didn't even mention that the OS should enable consumers to easily control and remove the software running on their toasters and refrigerators computers.

Posted by Abner on July 27, 2004 04:18 PM
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