[Owasp-leaders] European Directive on Consumer Rights and software security
carlos.serrao at owasp.org
Wed Mar 23 10:15:32 EDT 2011
I believe it should be interesting to have a word to say about it.
Maybe a concentrated OWASP action about his matter should be made. This concerns more OWASP european chapters... but it is a transversal issue for all OWASP.
Someone interested in producing a join document (Statement of Opinion) about this issue?
On 2011/03/23, at 14:09, Lucas Ferreira wrote:
> Hello fellow leaders,
> I read some news about software being included in the European Directive on Consumer Rights (http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?type=REPORT&reference=A7-2011-0038&language=EN) and it stated that software makers would be help responsible for defects in their products. Does any of our European leaders have more information about this and its possible implications on the software market (specially regarding software security)?
> Is it possible to have an official OWASP position about this legislation? IMHO, OWASP should be involved in any initiatives that can help improving software security.
> PS: the news I saw about this directive is in Portuguese here: http://tek.sapo.pt/noticias/negocios/directiva_europeia_responsabiliza_fabricantes_1138588.html
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