Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 25th Sep 2005 12:22 UTC, submitted by Andrew Bragdon
Privacy, Security, Encryption To respond to the somewhat alarmingly real threat of spyware, malware, and to a lesser extent viruses on the Windows platform, Microsoft used its recently-acquired security technology combined with its own in-house work to build Windows OneCare Live (codenamed Atlanta). Read here for a preview. Please note that the 'next' button is placed underneath the Google ads, almost invisible.
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RE[3]: pretty good idea but
by jaboua on Sun 25th Sep 2005 17:09 UTC in reply to "RE: pretty good idea but"
jaboua
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2005-09-08

No way I would trust having all my data kept on a remote server controlled by a big corporation! The only place I would do something like that is the terminalserver at school, but I wan't to keep all my personal data for myself. Besides, I wan't my own system, not a remote system to control everything.

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