'Adware' attack on privacy tool

Monday, 4 September 2006, 2:53 PM EST

Software that claimed to provide increased privacy whilst surfing the web has been criticised by computer experts and the blogging community.

The application Browzar has been branded "adware" by many because it directs web searches to online adverts.

At the BBC.

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