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Spam King will (Temporarily) Stop Loading Spyware Onto PCs

According to an article by Jason Lopez on NewsFactor Network, Spam King Sanford Wallace has agreed to follow the terms of a temporary restraining order (issued in October!) to stop installing spyware on computers without the permission of their owners.The…

According to an article by Jason Lopez on NewsFactor Network, Spam King Sanford Wallace has agreed to follow the terms of a temporary restraining order (issued in October!) to stop installing spyware on computers without the permission of their owners.

The spyware that Wallace installed alegedly displayed advertisements for anti-spyware programs that Wallace was selling. The programs did what they promised to do — they removed the programs that Wallace had installed.

According to the FTC, the installation of software on a user’s PC without the permission of the user constitutes a violation of federal law.

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