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|Originally Published: Sunday, 12 December 1999||Author: Quentin Cregan|
|Published to: news_enhance_security/Security News||Page: 1/1 - [Printable]|
Columbia Y2K ok?
[Associated Press] : "There are serious questions whether many other crucial government records systems particularly in finance and health care will be ready in timefor the millennium bug. Contingency plans are already in full swing." While not strictly Linux Security, it's interesting the statements made about the licensing on the Social Security department's software. (That is, the article suggests that it's pirated.) Perhaps Open Source is going to take off in Columbia ?