Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Harvard group criticizes AOL for spyware sins - The Boston Globe

I'm glad to see this kind of scrunity -- read the article for details. 

Time Warner Inc.'s AOL Internet service has spent millions of dollars over the years to protect its users from computer viruses, spyware, and other harmful programs. But an anti spyware coalition connected to Harvard University says that AOL's own software commits some of the very sins that have made spyware programs such a nuisance.

Source: Harvard group criticizes AOL for spyware sins - The Boston Globe

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