The internet has security risks which cannot be eliminated, according to Reuters Holdings Plc chief executive Peter Job, speaking recently at the Irish Business and Employers Confederation. He likened moving to the internet to moving from a crowded city center, with expensive turnpike roads leading into it, to a dispersed community with big suburbs everywhere. But life in the suburbs is subject to traffic jams and burglary, and ways of policing them will be found but will never go away. The more popular the suburbs become, the more traffic jams will increase, he said.
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