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"These types of issues are only going to increase as our society relies more and more on the Internet, so it is a reminder that everyone can do their part," he said.
Chester Wisniewski, senior security adviser at computer security firm Sophos, said it would have been better to turn off the safety net earlier, so that people can clean up their computers.
"There is only so much responsibility the American government has to continue to run this stuff," he said. "If you still have this virus it’s likely that you have others."
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