An Anonymous Coward writes: "According to this article at Government Computer News, Microsoft has announced a month-long moratorium on new coding, as part of its Trustworthy Computing Initiative. Richard Purcell, director of the company's corporate computing office, said, 'We are not coding new code as of today' [Feb 1, 2002] 'for the next month.' The idea seems to be that Redmond will spend the 28 days of February patching bugs in existing code. Is this a hoax, or maybe just marketing hype? The web site looks to be legitimate."
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