Spyware: Invading user privacy

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Applications that wait to steal your personal information are legion, so Carlos Valiente recommends constant vigilence

Surf's up, and catching the wave on the newest and most innovative web sites can be enticing. But that ride can exact a heavy price on unsuspecting users, particularly when advertisers may be tempted to use any means to increase their sales. There are currently more than 800 freeware and ...

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