Considering that many people blame Microsoft's inability to design their operating system and browser properly for the rise in spyware, it's interesting that Microsoft felt the need to go out and acquire an anti-spyware company. This makes it sound more like they're trying to patch up some holes by applying this spyware technology on top, rather than looking at the underlying code to figure out ways to prevent the type of security breaches that lead to the spyware in the first place.
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