Marie-José Klaver and ZDNet Australia both cover a story about French security researcher Guillaume Tena. He is facing jail for breaking the copyright laws by publishing bugs in Viguard antivirus software published by Tegam. What a relief this ruling will be for marketing departments at all major software vendors. It’s about time to get the copyright-laws back in their cave, in my opinion publishing major bugs in software is not a crime. Nor as it is a crime to show any other product is dangerous or has shortcomings.