Monday, July 03, 2006

Windows genuine PR problem

Microsoft's WGA Sued As 'Spyware'

Microsoft was hit this week with a lawsuit claiming that its anti-piracy software is, in fact, spyware, but called the action "baseless" and defended how it installs Windows Genuine Advantage validation and notification tools.

That is not the headline you want just before the 4th of July.

1 comment:

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