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What annoys me about these claims, though, is that most of the spyware detectors claim that cookies from tracking companies are spyware. I have no doubt that 90% of all PCs have these tracking cookies. But that is a far cry from saying that 90% of all PCs have keyboard sniffers and pop-up programs.
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