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small steps for microsoft

posted by:Shannon Ramdin // 10:04 AM // November 04, 2005 // Commentary &/or random thoughts

Microsoft has taken the impressive step of calling for a national privacy law.

Read about it here.


is this truly inmpressive or is it a way of having to answer to 1 law instead of several?

Posted by: ian at November 9, 2005 02:55 PM

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