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May 3, 2005

Ask Jeeves denies spyware claims

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Following a rash of claims that Ask Jeeves is downloading and installing their toolbar without the consent of the computer user, Ask Jeeves has sent a letter to Danny Sullivan explicitly denying those charges.

The letter further denies that they are identified by Microsoft as spyware. The charges were first brought by anti-spyware advocate Ben Edelman in his article Does Jeeves Ask for Permission? Danny’s original post on the subject is here.

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