Malware, spam prompts mass net turn off

Friday, 14 January 2005, 11:56 AM EST

Both beginners and veterans are finding the Interweb experience so repellent that they're disconnecting in droves, blaming malware and spam. Despite an overall increase in numbers of humans connected to the internet, the mass turn-off is beginning to hit ecommerce in the United States.

"Instead of making life easier ó the essential promise of technologies since the steam engine ó the home PC of late has made some users feel stupid, endangered or just hassled beyond reason," writes Joe Menn, who penned the definitive book on the Napster phenomenon.

By Andrew Orlowski at The Register.

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