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FTC slaps Lenovo on the wrist for selling computers with secret adware
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The FTC said Tuesday that it cannot stop computer makers from selling computers that inject ads into webpages to US consumers. The statement covers Lenovo’s practice of having sold computers pre-installed with the so-called VisualDiscovery adware …
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FTC slaps Lenovo on the wrist for selling computers with secret adware – Ars Technica


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FTC slaps Lenovo on the wrist for selling computers with secret adware
Ars Technica
The FTC said Tuesday that it cannot stop computer makers from selling computers that inject ads into webpages to US consumers. The statement covers Lenovo's practice of having sold computers pre-installed with the so-called VisualDiscovery adware ...
Lenovo settles over Superfish adware, will pay $3.5 millionCNET
Lenovo will pay a $3.5 million fine for preinstalling adware on certain laptopsEngadget
Lenovo settles with FTC, will pay $3.5 million for preinstalling adware on laptopsVentureBeat
The Register -Multichannel News -MediaPost Communications -Minneapolis Star Tribune
all 31 news articles »

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