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Given computers' integral role in modern life we can no longer tolerate negligent security. We must define standards of care and develop processes for recovering damages from those who fail to act reasonably in securing networked computers. Failure to secure networked computer systems could spawn litigation among software vendors, service providers, online businesses, and users. The paper discusses negligence claims and network security. It considers costs associated with insecure computers on the Internet

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Computer  (Volume:35 ,  Issue: 6 )