A at the White House on Thursday saw executives from some of the tech sectors biggest companies meet with administration officials to discuss the need for better security in the open source community. The list of attendees included big names like Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon, Oracle, and Apple, among others. differs from proprietary software in that it is free, publicly inspectable, and can be used or modified by anybody. Because of how useful open source tools can be, big corporations...

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