Ed Bott joins us today to discuss the many ways to avoid paying full price for Windows 7.
Archives for November 2009
Today we look back at some of the stories we covered in November, 1999.
Activists working to develop an alternative American voting system have turned loose their first batch of software code for public review. The Open Source Digital Voting Foundation is spearheading a project to build new voting machines to replace proprietary systems currently in place. The group is in the second year of a an eight-year plan to produce a publicly-owned, open source election system.
The Obama administration, like the Bush team before it, have talked a great deal about the need to strengthen our ability to fend off attacks that target U.S. computers. How much should we worry, really?
Yesterday we heard from James Lewis at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He’s just written a new report that concludes there is no chance another country or terrorist group will launch a major cyber attack against the U.S. anytime in the near future. Still, Lewis believes U.S. defenses against an Internet-based attack on its military and government computers, power grids and financial system are weak and need to be shored up to guard against future threats.
There is no chance other countries or terrorist groups will launch an Internet-based attack against U.S. information systems in the near future, according to a new report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Other countries have no political interesting in attacking the U.S. while terrorists don’t likely possess the capability for a destructive cyber-war campaign, according to the Center’s James Lewis.