Washington State vs. Spyware Company. $1 Million

" Attorney General McKenna Announces $1 Million Settlement in Washington's First Spyware Suit

" Secure Computer to reimburse Washington purchasers of Spyware Cleaner and Popup Padlock

" SEATTLE - Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna today announced a $1 million settlement with New York-based Secure Computer that resolves Washington's first lawsuit under the state's computer spyware law. An estimated 1,145 Washington residents who purchased the company's SpywareCleaner software and, in some cases, Popup Padlock, are eligible for refunds under the agreement filed in federal court.


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