Alternatively, one could just realize that many government fees are not about proportionately recovering costs, but influencing certain behaviors that have a variety of costs and benefits elsewhere.
I don't like government trying to modify human behavior, other than to keep humans from harming other humans.
Except that Windows probably has just as many holes only you dont know about them because they aren't public or because Microsoft has decided not to invest the engineering resources to fix them or because Microsoft has fixed them in a patch but the actual security flaw is still unknown publicly.
An unprovable assertion.
That's like saying Perl or PHP can't have any remote code execution vulnerabilities, because you have to apache with mod_perl or mod_php turned on to exploit them.
When you load mod_cgi, your shell becomes a potential platform for remote exploits.
Where is Fox News in this article?
Seriously, where is it?
Some of you people have a anti-Fox News fetish, and it is crippling.