And who uses WinZip anymore? Ever since Windows started including built in zip compression/decompression, I have seen no use at all for WinZip.
What do the Swine flu and hacker attacks have in common?
Yeah, I'd say that's a good foot to start off on, especially when you're a security company fearmongering people into buying your product.
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As for Canonical being an evil money-hungry corporation, honestly what do think they are in it for? Just because they happen to make a dime along the way doesn't instantly make it an inferior product. Take away the profit aspect, and you get a product with an unbearably long life-cycle run by volunteers (*cough* debian *cough cough*). Just be thankful that it hasn't devolved into the state that Red Hat did where you had to buy "support" just to get updates.
*mumble, mumble* insentive clod *mumble, mumble*
1. Open up Internet Explorer.
2. Go to http://www.firefox.com/
3. Click on the link to download the latest version of Firefox.
4. Install Firefox.
5. Use Firefox from now on.
See, it's not that hard, huh?
When it comes to the good laws against rape, murder, theft, etc, the police are almost 100% REactive.
That's because the minute you start trying to be proactive against those, you generally starting infringing upon the bill of rights. I, for one, rather like my privacy and would rather not have government run security cameras on every corner, as the do in London.