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Monday, our good friend PG discovered 180Solutions Zango on MySpace.

Well who put the Zango on MySpace?  180Solutions! As reported in TechWeb, “the marketing company admitted one of its own developers had set up the MySpace profiles.” A claimed mistake, as the company said “the developer was acting without approval and in ignorance of the company’s ‘hands-off’ policy regarding MySpace.”

But then there’s this: “the two sides — adware provider and security researcher — couldn’t be farther apart, and Zango’s Stratz made it sound as if that would always be the case…”

Where is the love, people?  Come together!

Alex Eckelberry

 


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