Judge bans company's deceptive anti-spyware claims

Monday, 4 July 2005, 12:40 PM EST

The Federal Trade Commission in the US has won an preliminary injunction against Trustsoft, freezing the company's assets and preventing it from making deceptive claims about its anti-spyware product. A district court judge in Texas issued the order, which the FTC is seeking to have made permanent.

By Lucy Sherriff at The Register.

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