Olympic Gold Medal Winner Is A Bigwig At A Spyware Company
There's already a tarnish on the gold medal won by Australian mogul skier Dale Begg-Smith at the Olympics in Turin this week.
Begg-Smith was a key player in a company that infected other peoples' computers with adware a.k.a. spyware.
Canadian-born Begg-Smith reportedly is president of AdsCPM Network (a.k.a. CPM Media Inc.), a firm notorious for using "driveby downloads," security exploits, and other cheap tricks to install spyware (including keyloggers and browser hijackers) on unsuspecting Internet users' computers. Spam Kings Blog: Asterisk on pop-up mogul's gold
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