House shows strong distaste for spyware with lopsided vote


Reuters reports that the U.S. House of Representatives has passed a tough anti-spyware measure by a 399-1 vote. The bill, now headed for the Senate, requires software companies to ask for permission from end users before loading programs onto their machines. The fines for breaking the law could be in the millions.

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