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Microsoft Helped Write Oklahoma Computer law
Knock, knock. Who's there?
By Nick Farrell: Monday 10 April 2006, 06:48
THE GOOD people of Oklahoma asked Microsoft to help the State write a new law banning spyware, and the results are amazing.
Apparently the state was so impressed with Vole’s work on the law it plans to bring it before its government for debate under the fairly harmless title "Computer Spyware Protection Act House" Bill 2083.
The law is amazing, not only because it is probably the first written overtly by a major company without bothering with the tedious problem of lobbying, but because… well it is written by Microsoft, what do you think could go wrong?
Originally posted by ekul08
Just.. glad i dont live in Oklahoma. :S