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The Sheer Hypocrisy of Redmond's Stab at Internet Health

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One of the benefits of being an 800-pound gorilla in this world is that you can use your strength and influence to help others.

So, apparently, seems to be the altruistic thinking at Microsoft these days. Not content to rule the world -- or at least try to -- with its Windows desktop dominance, the software behemoth has now apparently paused to propose a way to tackle the Internet's malware problems too.

Isn't that thoughtful?

Redmond's "Internet Health"

Jeez they never stop trying to subdue and shaft us all by stealth, they are more annoying than flies! Always around trying and trying. Someone please drop a nuclear bomb onto that company, and spread salt onto the ashes. I don't want to hear about them anymore. Enough!

Redmond's "Trusted Computing"

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