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Old 01-16-2013, 06:00 PM   #1
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LXer: Google-- We Don't Care, We Don't Have To

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Google blacklisted the entire iSocket ad network because their mighty cadre of malware scanners thought they detected some Badware. That's what Google calls it, Badware. Like weird parents who try to control their kids with scary stories: "The Badware's gonna GET you if you DON'T watch OUT." Or your crazy auntie (me) running around singing "Nananananananana BADWARE."

Not directly FOSS related but of interest to our readers I believe - Scott


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