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Microsoft's Corporate VP of Trustworthy Computing (Scott Charney) delivered an interesting keynote as part of this year's RSA Conference about End to End Trust, following up on Craig Mundie's keynote last year. End to End Trust is described as "Microsoft’s vision for a safer, more trusted Internet that can only be achieved through broad cross industry collaboration and alignment".
Check this and other keynotes from the conference at http://media.omediaweb.com/rsa2009/keynote_catalog.htm
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