ScuttleMonkey from the personal-data-not-that-important dept.
eweekhickins writes "The Governator has killed a recent data protection law in California, and it won't be back. Using a tried-and-true argument, that the bill would have 'driven up the costs of compliance, particularly for small businesses,' California Governor Arnold Schwartzenneger vetoed what some are calling one of the nation's most stringent proposed e-tail data breach security laws."
Time-sharing is the junk-mail part of the computer business.
-- H.R.J. Grosch (attributed)