The Full Disclosure Debate Gets Warm

By Jamie Reid, ITworld |  News

From a customer perspective, it would be a betrayal to
find out that a product your livelihood depends upon has dangerous
defects that were actively covered up by your vendor and may never be
fixed. By your very use of the product and by signing an
indemnification agreement with the vendor, you have no recourse except
lengthy posts to Slashdot, mailing lists (or if you are lucky, your
column), with run-on sentences, bad spelling, poor grammar, venom and
vitriol, that ultimately make you seem like more of a crank than a
crusader.

This debate is still in its very beginnings.

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