Tag: Harvard Law Review

Harvard Law Review paper chimes in on net security

I could have put up a sensationalist title like “Harvard says Go Hackers!” but that would have done nothing except ensure the post wound up on the front page of Digg, and I don’t yet understand what all those little votes mean anyway. A student writing for Harvard Law Review thinks that outing vulnerabilities keeps software makers on their toes, so it should be a good thing.

Free markets at work, so to speak. No further comment, as I am biased in that arena (i.e. I tend to agree).