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Comment Re:Silly Punishment (Score 1) 685

If you don't want your language damaged you might concider not using the term "intellectual property" either, as RMS puts it, Anyone using that term has either been fooled, or are trying to fool you.

Information can't be stolen and labeling it "property" in any way is problematic and leads to misconceptions like these.

Highly Critical Hole Found in IE 336

dotpavan writes "Eweek reports on a highly critical MS Internet Explorer hole found by Secunia Research's Andreas Sandblad. The vulnerability is due to the processing of the "createTextRange()" method call applied on a radio button control. From Secunia, "The vulnerability has been confirmed on a fully patched system with Internet Explorer 6.0 and Microsoft Windows XP SP2." The vulnerability has also been confirmed in Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 Preview (January edition) though it could be avoided by turning off Active Scripting, as suggested by Microsoft Security Response Center blog. How would this put MS in the market, hit by the ever-growing shots of vulnerabilties? And would the divorce of IE7 from Vista's Windows Explorer help?"

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