Tuesday, October 13, 2009

computer virus prejudices

Is the McAfee computer virus-control program actually another strategy in an ongoing vigilante discovery effort to find the McKinley assassin? ISP users should have the right to decline direct contact with such influence-networking activity that can continuously interfere with legal investigation agencies' function. Norton Anti--Virus programs as well allude to some sort of historical punishment mentality, when in reality ISP users want freedom from advertiser and political unwanted contact interference during search sessions.

'Security Tool' is a pop-up program that disrupts ISP use in ways that might compromise personal safety among extremist groups, using a "continue unprotected?" query that must be clicked so that the pop-up will 'disappear' during ISP use.

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