Home users part of net security plan

Thursday, 18 July 2002, 2:21 AM EST

Richard Clarke, the president's computer security adviser, said Wednesday that an upcoming national plan to protect cyberspace will include expectations for home users, as well as large companies and the government.

"Every American relies upon cyberspace and every American has to do something to secure their part of cyberspace," Clarke said of the plan, which will be released Sept. 19 in Silicon Valley.

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