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  1. Micoshaft visions of botnet freedoms killing the EU and world's businesses

    Micoshaft visions of botnet freedoms killing the EU and world's businesses
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    Should micoshaft's botnet freedoms be brought under control?

    Options are:

    1. Bring in legistation requiring withdrawl of botnet friendly products
    2. Punitive punishments for botnets enabling features that are
    not withdrawn in a timely manner or repaired, or repairs that lead
    to more botnet features per product.
    3. Recognising the open source movement and legislating the
    open sourcing of botnet friendly products so that bug fixes are
    posted by the open source community.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.
    8.
    ...
    68.
    69.
    70.


    Options 4 to 68 are for you* to decide in positive ways to bring
    down botnets in a timely measurable way. Option 69 is for micoshaft
    WINDUMIES to suggest. Option 70 is for a chair throwing
    corporate leader to suggest Mr. Balmer.


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    *Excludes WINDUMMIES and their socks.



  2. Re: Micoshaft visions of botnet freedoms killing the EU and world's businesses

    7 wrote:

    > Micoshaft visions of botnet freedoms killing the EU and world's businesses
    > --------------------------------------------------------------------------
    >
    > Should micoshaft's botnet freedoms be brought under control?
    >
    > Options are:
    >
    > 1. Bring in legistation requiring withdrawl of botnet friendly products
    > 2. Punitive punishments for botnets enabling features that are
    > not withdrawn in a timely manner or repaired, or repairs that lead
    > to more botnet features per product.
    > 3. Recognising the open source movement and legislating the
    > open sourcing of botnet friendly products so that bug fixes are
    > posted by the open source community.

    4. Exclude all Microsoft products from the internet, only allow users who
    have passed an exam on securing their PC.


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