The taxpayer should not have to pay to keep Windows free of malware

Here's John Dvorak arguing that the taxpayer should pay to keep Microsoft Windows free of malware. This would be an indirect subsidy of Microsoft, when really the solution is for users to switch to a more secure operating system such as Ubuntu. This switch is more likely to happen if Microsoft has to spend its own money on battling malware, because that puts up the price of its software.

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