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David Farber

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Professor of Computer Science and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University, and member of advisory and trustee boards for many of the public-interest Internet rights organizations; former chief technologist at the Federal Communications Commission

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Every Internet user knows how viruses can turn computers into unwitting zombies secretly responsive to somebody else.

Botnets Threaten the Internet

Every Internet user knows how viruses can turn computers into unwitting zombies secretly responsive to somebody else.

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