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Anti-Spyware Bills Get Nod

Two California anti-spyware bills moved forward last week. The state Assembly Appropriations Committee passed AB 2787, which would ban automatic installations of unauthorized programs on a user's computer. SB 1436 won approval in the California Senate. It would require consumers be informed before information-sharing spyware is installed on their systems

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