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2000-03-09 16:27:55+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

A new RISKS digest has notes on the problems with the Arizona internet voting, a note that an affiliate of Aleph, formerly Aum Shinri Kyo of the subway nerve gas attacks, is a Japanese Defense contractor, and an amusing anecdote about a contract delivered in Microsoft Word format, the perils of fixed length fields and ordering flowers over the 'net, and what "highlight changes" showed about the lawyerly process and the thinking of the other side of the negotiations... giggle. Yet another reason to demand open standards from your software vendors.

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