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Let's buy the security software the US government just outlawed for all government agencies because of spying and sharing server space with the Russian FSB.

https://www.reuters.com/article/u...SKBN1E62V4

"The case against Kaspersky is well-documented and deeply concerning. This law is long overdue"

"...the company's software represented a "grave risk" to U.S. national security. "

No thanks.
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Sorry I will only let Russia have all the files off Hillary's Server, but not mineSmilie
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Let's buy the security software the US government just outlawed for all government agencies because of spying and sharing server space with the Russian FSB.

https://www.reuters.com/article/u...SKBN1E62V4

"The case against Kaspersky is well-documented and deeply concerning. This law is long overdue"

"...the company's software represented a "grave risk" to U.S. national security. "

No thanks.
They only share server space for cost-sharing. 😂
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Free info sharing with Putin included at no extra cost
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The case against Kaspersky is well-documented and deeply concerning.
NO, it is NOT.

Kaspersky did and does EXACTLY what it is designed to do: detect malware. Including malware from the anti-constitutional NSA.
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Free info sharing with Putin included at no extra cost
You mean like room 641A?
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They were ony rumors before but after they spying was confirmed, you gotta be crazy to use Kaspersky software now. Kaspersky may or may not want Russia spying on their users, but it's the price of doing business there, just like how American companies know the price of doing business in China when it comes to privacy.
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NO, it is NOT.

Kaspersky did and does EXACTLY what it is designed to do: detect malware. Including malware from the anti-constitutional NSA.
And routes the "samples" to the Russian server they share(d) with the FSB spy agency, for much convenience, eh, comrade? Care to explain that part? Anyone who could do an IP trace could see it for themselves last summer. This was not a huge secret. Not sure if they left it there, but wouldn't be surprised.
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Let's buy the security software the US government just outlawed for all government agencies because of spying and sharing server space with the Russian FSB.

https://www.reuters.com/article/u...SKBN1E62V4 [reuters.com]

"The case against Kaspersky is well-documented and deeply concerning. This law is long overdue"

"...the company's software represented a "grave risk" to U.S. national security. "

No thanks.
It's always sr71 posting this deal every time, too. He probably lives in Moscow.
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It's always sr71 posting this deal every time, too. He probably lives in Moscow.
sr71 posts a lot of good deals. This, however, is no longer one of them.
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NO, it is NOT.

Kaspersky did and does EXACTLY what it is designed to do: detect malware. Including malware from the anti-constitutional NSA.
Stop spreading truths already. We choose to be blind, deaf, mute, and dumb. EEK!

Did you not hear today's intrusion into our interwebs? Kaspersky and Putin just outlawed net neutrality.
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Lots of other great inexpensive AV software out there that isn't linked to the Kremlin. I like Webroot myself, and they are a US company founded and headquartered in Colorado. Nothing wrong with supporting American businesses.
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What's funny is if someone said what Kaspersky did a couple of years ago, most of you would be laughing and in denial
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