On Wed, Feb 02, 2005 at 12:45:58PM -0500, Steve Thompson wrote:

> Well we all know that having complete control over one's own
> computer is far too dangerous.  Obviously, it would be best if
> computers, operating systems, and application software had 
> proprietary back-doors that would enable the secret police to
> arbitrarily monitor the all goes on in the suspicious and dark
> recesses of memory and the CPU.

If there's nasty Nagscab living on your motherboard, you might as well use it
for something constructive:

(Of course the stuff might contain undocumented "features", so only a fool
would rely it to conform to specs, all the time).

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