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True Story: Spyware Trouble in Australia
A detailed life example of how rogue applications can cost end-users their career and livelihood.
Release: Spyblock Act Legislation Introduced
SPYBLOCK Act would require consent, uninstall capabilities for software.
Future Blog Fragment
If we had the chance to read a blogger fragment from the future what might it say? What might it teach us about our behavior today?
Lover Spy- We Don't Love You
Lover Spy goes to any length to make a sale. In true bottom-of-the-bucket fashion another spyware vendor makes their pitch with a twist.
A Day in the Life of Spies- Spyware Everywhere
Ever wonder who is doing the all spying? If you guessed your spouse, your boss, your kids, your neighbors, identity theives and corporate rogues you might be right.
What do you call it-- Spyware, Adware or Malware?
Everyone has a different opinion on what spyware and adware actually mean. Get SpywareGuide.com's take on these confusing definitions.
Media Research II: Identity Theft
Media research on identity theft, crimes and related legislation.
Media Research: Identity Theft
Recent news pieces on identity theft
Code of Conduct and Adware Guidelines
The three leading network providers and other industry leaders meet to create a code of conduct with the purpose of enforcing ethical behavior among adware software vendors.
RIAA- The New Super Spy
Everything you wanted to know about the RIAA, supernodes, and how users are hunted down by their digital footprints. The price is starting to get steep for some users as the Recording Industry Association of America has went on a rampage of lawsuits against individual's who are sharing copyrighted files via P2P networks.