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Computer users, beware. The head of the world's largest software company worries that consumers who make Internet purchases have become too complacent about the risks of financial fraud and stolen identity. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said in an interview with the Associated Press that a calm period without significant Internet attacks has lulled computer users, even older Web surfers who traditionally have been more anxious than teenagers about their online safety.
I speaking of being "holier than thou" I wonder when the last time was that Balmer had to pay for a piece of Microsoft's Software. That's a lot easier to say when you're the CEO of the "largest software company in the world".
>>Ballmer joked that his family never downloads >>songs illegally.
>>"As I tell my three little boys, our family is >>going to be as holier than thou when it comes >>to copyrights as any family around because I >>have to do this kind of work," Ballmer said.