Wednesday, June 28, 2006


Peter Cullen is the Chief Privacy Strategist at Microsoft. I certainly hope that Mr. Cullen realizes members of the "security community" prefer a high, solid privacy fence for our computers.

The good news in Joris Evers (Staff Writer, CNET interview of Mr. Cullen, entitled "Newsmaker: Putting privacy first at Microsoft", Published: June 28, 2006, 4:00 AM PDT, is that Mr. Cullen is
"working to make long privacy policies a part of history and helping to make Windows Vista the most privacy-sensitive operating system Microsoft has ever built."
Read the interview to see whether you think Mr. Cullen will be able to "undo the PR damage and mend fences with upset customers" resulting from Microsoft's Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) Notification tool.

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