Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Microsoft plans better disclosures of (spying) tool

"'It's kind of a safety switch,' said David Lazar, who directs the Windows Genuine Advantage program."

No, it's kind of electrodes shoved up your customer's ass.

Too bad that some people will be "shocked" to find out about it, but fitting that it keeps your companies reputation in the toilet, where it has been for some time.

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