Gator in the Homeland Security Dept.
Claria privacy exec joins integrity committee
by MxxCon 10:11AM Thursday Feb 24 2005 Salon
are reporting that D. Reed Freeman, the "chief privacy officer"
of Claria Corporation (makers of the much loathed Gator application) has been appointed to the Dept. of Homeland Security's "Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee"
. So we've got this straight: an exec for the same company that sued websites
for calling its product spyware, buries ridiculous demands
in its EULA, has a history of using stealth installation techniques
to mislead customers, and has been sued
by a half-dozen web publishers for being a "parasite"
, is now advising Uncle Sam on privacy and integrity
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