Lawsuit claims Microsoft’s WGA tool is spyware

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Lawsuit claims Microsoft's WGA tool is spyware

You’ve probably noticed that the Internet’s been buzzing lately about Microsoft’s Windows Genuine Advantage anti-piracy software that up until recently was “phoning home” user info every day, and now one Brian Johnson of Los Angeles has turned the issue into a legal matter by filing suit against Redmond in U.S. District Court in Seattle.

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