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    Only if you feel compelled to use it.
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    or too block it :)
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    Mr.C, well in that case YES, I'd have to say I'm still prepared to use Audio Galaxy because I think it's sucha great product, just maybe the production team behind it doesn't have their head screwed on quite properly.

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    Well they do have to make a quid somehow, and those spyware companies pay them big $$$ to include their "product" inside their software
    What came first - Insanity or Society?

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    Not criticizing or anything now mind you.

    But I have put up with spyware on a limited basis in order to resume DL'ing some rather large files.

    I can honestly say that I would not find this acceptable behaviour from any other products within my household, and strange that I have actually accepted it out of necessity from software.

    For instance -- I would be rather hesitant to own a refrigerator that reported to the grocer what brands/products I place inside. Or to drive a car that transmitted what brands of petrol, oil, and tires I placed in or on it.

    Sometimes I hardly understand my own behaviours/motivations.
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. C
    Not criticizing or anything now mind you.

    But I have put up with spyware on a limited basis in order to resume DL'ing some rather large files.

    I can honestly say that I would not find this acceptable behaviour from any other products within my household, and strange that I have actually accepted it out of necessity from software.

    For instance -- I would be rather hesitant to own a refrigerator that reported to the grocer what brands/products I place inside. Or to drive a car that transmitted what brands of petrol, oil, and tires I placed in or on it.

    Sometimes I hardly understand my own behaviours/motivations.
    I know exactly what you mean which is why once I find some spyware on my system I disable access to the site it communicates with my firewall, so it can't report back..:thumb:

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    ^ do the same here DigitalDD
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