Thirty-four companies, led by Microsoft, have joined a Cyber Security Tech Accord which commits them to, among other things, refusing to join cyber attacks by nation-states against innocent citizens and businesses no matter where they are located.
Microsoft will expand its campus in Redmond beginning next year, with the addition of 18 new buildings, 6.7 million square feet of renovated workspace and US$150 million of transportation infrastructure improvements.
Microsoft president and chief legal officer Brad Smith has slammed the NSA and CIA for creating exploits for the Windows operating system and stockpiling them, claiming that this has led to an unintended link between nation states and organised criminal action.
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