Because (perhaps) they fail to see the value of the data they store on
them and/or what would actually be lost if such data was
destroyed/stolen/etc?

On Tuesday, May 03, 2005 8:58 AM, MHawkins@TULLIB.COM spake:

>For some reason, most people look at their computer and think it is
>inherently safe in the world. But when they look at almost anything

else
>they use or own, they intuitively see and know it is at risk at all

times.
>Car, house, boat, family, wine collection, iPod - they are all seen as

being
>at risk of being stolen, burned, crashed or otherwise meeting with some
>nefarious or accidental event.
>
>Why do people think differently of their computers?

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