Does Microsoft's Windows Genuine Advantage Program Qualify as Spyware?


If it looks like spyware, acts like spyware, and transmits information like spyware it's practically spyware, say some antispyware makers of the antipiracy features in Microsoft's controversial Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) program.

Other antispyware firms aren't so concerned. "Microsoft has every right to protect itself from piracy," says J.J. Schoch, director of marketing at Panda Software. PCWorld.com - Does Microsoft's Windows Genuine Advantage Program Qualify as Spyware?

Linked by shanmuga Wednesday, 12th July 2006 1:05AM