Microsoft denies WGA is spyware

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Microsoft denies WGA is spyware

Microsoft has run into trouble over its Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) program. A researcher has discovered that a test version of the WGA Notifications component of the system communicates with the Microsoft servers every time the PC is switched on.

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