timothy from the reserve-judgment-then-reduce-with-whine dept.
Paul Coe Clark III writes: "I interviewed Howard Schmidt, Microsoft's head of security, questioning him about, among other things, cyberterrorism and Redmond's responsibility for insecure features in the wake of many virus attacks.
/. readers might find it interesting. They can find it here."
It seems intuitively obvious to me, which means that it might be wrong.
-- Chris Torek