B Gruff <bbgruff@xxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
> On Thursday 07 December 2006 15:13 Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> DOD Report to Detail Dangers of Foreign Software
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | Task force says U.S. adversaries may sabotage code developed overseas
>> It's funny that they have just justified the use of Linux overseas. It's
>> open for review and it is not developed and compiled by a foreign country.
>> It is not a surprise that foreign countries keep complaining that Windows
>> has back doors.
> It's quite amusing to read really, isn't it?
> There is just no concept (it would seem) in the U.S. that "overseas" or
> "foreign" include the U.S. as far as any country *other* than the U.S. is
> As you say, unless you want to write everything yourself and control it very
> tightly, there is only one sure way to do it........
The US is foreign to almost everyone on the planet. Hey, they're not
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