While the news that Microsoft is opening up its file formats is good, the reasons have very little to do with security and everything to do with profits.
Since governments started realising that storing documents in proprietary formats was a bad idea, Microsoft has been locked out of some very lucrative deals.
It's an argument for governments (and businesses) to stop being so hands-off and sort out security by insisting on it.
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