"Traitorware" privacy violating software is on the rise

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“Traitorware” privacy violating software is on the rise.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2010/12/sspNud.jpg[/newsimage]If I had to pick my top realization of 2010 pertaining to modern technology, it would have to be the shock I’ve experienced over just how much information today’s modern devices can track and record about consumers.


Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/traitorware-privacy-violating-software-is-on-the-rise-38263/](http://www.myce.com/news/traitorware-privacy-violating-software-is-on-the-rise-38263/)


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Big Brother is watching you…
George Orwell was a Timetraveler…


#3

Gives the hacker programmers a change to hackway…hack hack…BROKEN…wow and they said it couldn’t be broken…give me a break…do those companies think hackers or crackers are that stupid?? Obviously cause they haven’t so far…


#4

There was an old saying that applied to arms designers where it was said that in the eternal battle between armaments and protective armor that in the end the armament/warhead/penetrator ALWAYS wins.

the same can be said about:

Codes & Codebreakers
Hackers & Security

or for that matter the ocean versus the rocky shore…

And I am always amused by anyone who seems suprised by the inevetible.

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