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I like Open Source.  For some reason, I seem to feel less 'owned' by it.
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I like Open Source.  For some reason, I seem to feel less 'owned' by it.

Indeed.... though open source tends to make any cash via data handling I guess. But open source is different to open access, i.e. how Google acts...  :devil:
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All software is vulnerable to some extent.  I wish more could be done to bring hackers to account and penalise them heavily - after all, it's not the program developers and users who are at fault.
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I guess it's finding them...   :-\
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