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March 13, 2008
ENISA Report on Security and Economics
Ross Anderson, Rainer Böhme, Richard Clayton, and Tyler Moore have published a major report on security and economics: "Security, Economics, and the Internal Market," published by the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA). It's 114 pages long, and I just printed it out to read.
Posted on March 13, 2008 at 6:05 AM
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>It's 114 pages long
Ouch! Care to give us a summary when you have read it?
The authors already did. It's called an Executive Summary and is found on pages 2 - 6. But... Shhh.. Dont' tell anyone, it's a secret.
114 pages, omg paper jam, paper jam, not a paper jam lol. Have fun reading and let us know how it pans out
> and criminalise firms that install spyware on consumer
> computers without full user consent and without providing easy uninstallation.
So Sony would be imposed a tax^H^H^H fine for their rootkit?
E.U. has already spent Microsoft tax^H^H^H fine money?
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