IE7 beta: Read the fine print
Now, we're all used to just clicking "next" when we install new software.
That's a bad idea in general. First, many software programs today have incredibly invasive default settings that give the software permission to do everything short of audit your tax returns. Second, these days it is probably a good idea to skim over the details of know how your private information will or won't be handed over to any government that asks to take a peek. IE7 beta: Read the fine print | News.blog | CNET News.com
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