Feds point finger at US spyware pperation

Friday, 7 October 2005, 1:49 AM EST

Webroot Vice President of threat research Richard Stiennon told the E-Commerce Times the FTC spyware suit was "very, very significant," explaining, "I think it's a good sign of the FTC using the authority they already have. So the FTC is flexing its muscles in the right way."

By Jay Lyman at TechNewsWorld.

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