Zango Blamed for Misleading Claims About its Software

Spyware Researcher, Ben Edelman, who is also an Assistant Professor at the Harvard Business School claims that adware maker, Zango, deceives computer users into believing that if they remove the company's ad-serving software, it would prevent their access to video clips.

Edelman told SCMagazineUS on May 28, 2008 that Zango offered its media products primarily to draw users to the company's products. He said that Zango appeared to force users to accept its pop-up adverts and allow privacy intrusion so that videos could be downloaded even though they might be available elsewhere without a price, pop-ups or getting tracked. Edelman described this as a lousy contract.

Further, according to Edelman, Zango doesn't likely to have copyright licenses to authorize the content it gener...

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