I see SpywareGuard 2.2 touted as a good free real-time antimalware app that makes a great compliment to SpywareBlaster. But can anyone confirm that for me, and that it's definitely a different app than Spyware Guard 2008 & 2009? It had better be, because the latter is said to actually be a sophisticated rogue antispyware. Check these links out:
I am creating this thread after getting really frustrated. The two other threads I started on this topic were closed before I got my question answered. I was asked to post in other threads on the topic which were all closed and my question was not answered in any of those threads either. I feel someone is stonewalling any discussion about this topic.
This morning, (last evening, American time), I posted a link to Stallman's rant on Ubuntu as spyware.
I did this, not to flame or abuse Ubuntu in any way, but to give opportunity for rebuttal and constructive comments from Ubuntu's loyal users.
I believe it is in Canonical's interests to understand what it's users want and/or find distasteful.
Free software leader Richard Stallman claims Ubuntu amounts to spyware with Amazon search integrated into the “dash” of its Unity interface. He is calling for developers to shun the open-source operating system.
Canonical is the company behind Ubuntu. Stallman says the advertising search results amount to surveillance and argues that personal data is on Canonical’s servers.
A quanto pare è tempo per Richard Stallman di nuove battaglie: a fronte della nuova feature di Unity per cui vengono visualizzati nella Dash risultati attinenti alle ricerche che vengono da Amazon, il leader della Free Software Foundation non si è risparmiato nel suo ultimo intervento affermando che “Ubuntu contiene spyware“.
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