"My reasoning is that it opens the floodgates to an almost
unstoppable method of advertisement (yes, that is my comment). The
argument goes like this. First you allow "notices of relevance,"
and that might be legal or some other notice. Then you start
getting internal marketing material along the lines of upgrade your
Office suite today to Office Suite 2.0, now with more electrons.
Then you get the wholesale selling of eyeballs to the highest
bidder. And the scary thing is this is not something that is
limited to the Windows Update service. There is no reason why a
Linux repository cannot be easily populated with similar
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