- Questions about whether Zango has actually paid for its material.
- Widespread sexually-explicit material.
- Vast amounts of content that is freely available elsewhere, at no charge.
If you’re not familiar with the backstory, it goes something like this: Zango, unable to justify installations through drive-by downloads and the like through affiliates, needed to offer some “value” in exchange for their adware. The plan was their so-called “content economy”, where they would provide content in exchange for your system becoming a Zango advertising kiosk.
If the content, however, is relatively useless, it becomes questionable what value is being received.