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"joe wagner" <joe_D-.wagner@worldtechtribune.com> wrote:
>day desktop PC. Yeah, you heard that right. Microsoft is trying to bring
>military-level security to your desktop PC. Now everybody wants that,
>right?

Everybody wants it _if_ everybody can control it. And all that stuff
is not made to be controlled by the (home-)user but by the OS-vendor,
the ISP and probably all that nice 3-letter-govermental organizations
found in all countries around the world.

>ll, not Richard M. Stallman.

If you can guarantee that _I_ can control it all the time on my PCs I
might consider to accept it.

Apart from that I have military-grade security on my PC - just
install openssl and you have it too.

Bernd
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