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Source: Silicon.com - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Security Leaked memos and drafts of important documents not meant for public consumption - though increasingly in the case of the latter readable through 'track changes' functionality in Word not being disabled - are nothing new. . . . Leaked memos and drafts of important documents not meant for public consumption - though increasingly in the case of the latter readable through 'track changes' functionality in Word not being disabled - are nothing new.

When silicon.com saw the Office of Government Commerce's report on the use of open source software this week, apart from the main findings, we were intrigued by some of what had been left out from the final report - though, it should be said, not about to get too high and mighty with whoever sent out the information in that state.

Much of the technology media has this week reported on the government's stance, open-minded as it is towards open source software such as the Linux operating system.

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