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September 02, 2006

Disclosure - open, responsible, new, old - have we heard enough?

Thomas over at Matasano blogs on two recent article by Pete Lindstrom and Rich Mogull around the constantly swirling disclosure debate.  Mike Rothman and Martin McKeay have joined in here, and of course I have already been down this road with Ross Brown. Thomas actually lays out some good points that he has made in previous posts.  However, at this point I think everyone has taken a shot at this and it is safe to say reasonable folks are going to disagree reasonably.  The shame I think is that at the less extreme ends of the views, there is enough common ground to come to a consensus.  I gues we will have to let the emotions calm down a bit and then revisit.

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