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Outlining a World Where Software Makers Are Liable For Flaws 508

Posted by timothy
from the mattress-has-a-pea-beneath dept.
CowboyRobot writes with this piece at the ACM Queue, in which "Poul-Henning Kamp makes the argument for software liability laws. 'We have to do something that actually works, as opposed to accepting a security circus in the form of virus or malware scanners and other mathematically proven insufficient and inefficient efforts. We are approaching the point where people and organizations are falling back to pen and paper for keeping important secrets, because they no longer trust their computers to keep them safe.'"
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Outlining a World Where Software Makers Are Liable For Flaws

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