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Do We Need a Computer Lemon Law?

Date: May 24, 2007
Author: Ed Foster
QUOTE: It seems to me I'm hearing more computer support horror stories of the type I reported last time than ever. No doubt there are many factors causing this - commodity pricing of PCs, offshoring of frontline support, etc. But the question it raises is whether we need some kind of computer lemon law.

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