WASHINGTON, May 19 (Reuters) - Chief executives of some of the largest companies in the United States on Wednesday called on the technology industry to make products that can better withstand hackers, viruses and other online threats. Software and hardware makers need to produce products that are more secure, offer better technical support and make it easier to keep them updated, said the Business Roundtable, which represents executives from 150 large companies, including Coca-Cola Co. , ...
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