References to EPIC keep popping up, but seriously, how can we compete with this?
Speaking of copyright, I was surprised that the IDG news story from PC World steals so much of the language you guys wrote for EPIC without clear attribution. Even though they cite you, they should either put scare quotes around direct quotes or find different language altogether. I know standards are sometimes a little looser with creative commons, journalism, and on the internet, but if this were the academy, that would be considered plagiarism.
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