Overstock files complaint under Spyware law

May 2004
Home Textiles Today;5/24/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 37, p15
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Reports on Overstock.com's plan to use the Utah Spyware Control Act to file a complaint against Massachusetts-based online retailer SmartBargains Inc. in the Third District Court in Salt Lake City. Case background; Claim that SmartBargains is using spyware software to display pop-up advertisements over the Overstock.com Web site.


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