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John McAfee, security software pioneer, talks to CSO about his bid for the White House

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    It has been a whirlwind few years for John McAfee, the man noted for developing the first commercial anti-virus program. It was only a few years ago when rumors were frantically flying around in following an incredibly sensational story of McAfee as a murder suspect. With all of that seemingly behind him, he now turns his attention to taking up residency in the White House.

    McAfee, 70, who founded the McAfee security brand, which was later sold to Intel in 2010, recently filed papers as a candidate for president as a member of the Cyber Party. McAfee’s political views are likely to be viewed by many as out of the mainstream, and he believes that if the government is not working for the people, then the citizens have the right to abolish it. He believes that the government has gotten too big and unwieldy. He often cites how it would take 600 years to read all of the laws Congress has passed through the years.

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