[Dshield] Sony, Rootkits and Digital Rights Management Gone Too Fa r

Deb Hale haled at pionet.net
Thu Nov 3 15:04:21 GMT 2005

Agreed. One time having to deal with a machine that has been badly infected
with this type of CR.. To realize that it should at the least be banned. I
would like to see it become illegal. Of course then I would have to find a
new career. 


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An EULA is not the right place to put a statement about adding spyware or
any other type of program to an end users machine. It seems to me that this
type of information should be presented in a way that no one can
misunderstand. Maybe a big colorful pop up with a big exclamation mark
inside a caution icon. This pop up should also contain very clear
instruction on how to remove the application. Anything less is deceitful and
malicious. The law to be fair must be clear (then again when has the law
ever been fair). That's my opinion, I could be wrong.
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