Companies massively use emails, even for very sensitive business information. While I was still sysadmin, I was amazed to see all this mass of unencrypted and even unsigned emails passing through! I did try to make people sensitive to the issue (I wasn't in charge of the outsourced mail part), but only making the white collar people understand the advantages of using something like PGP was a hell... Encrypting stuff on the hard drive is all very nice, but as long as their emails will be transiting in clear form, I'm pretty sure no one will even bother trying to get into their hard drive...
Then the situation is at least the same in Europe (France and Switzerland, I believe UK too): we pay taxes on any removable support and hard drives to the record industry. IT professionals were more than unhappy about this decision at the time it was taken in France, but the government (probably sponsored by its many friends from Univers sale) didn't pay any heed to them.
Does it sound better and more accurate? after all, a program is a way to process data and information. The guys who repair computers are already called "Computer Support Team" so that should be ok for the distinction.
How many patents on this thing again? I guess the developping countries arent' gonna get it before a while without paying these lab's taxes.
I agree with you. Each company should have its official pr0n sites list, all malware-proof and everything!