__/ [ BearItAll ] on Monday 16 October 2006 16:36 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> Spyware infection prompts McDonalds MP3 recall
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | Users who connected the McDonalds-branded MP3 player to their
>> | Windows PC were exposed to spyware code programmed to transmit
>> | their web passwords and other sensitive information to hackers.
>> Yet another reason to abandon Windows and upgrade to Linux...
> I would have said a good reason to abandom McDonalds.
> I've done that anyway, but only because their burgers gave me the runs and
> those sandwiches they do now turn into mush in your hands, oh and cooked
> lettuce, who in their right mind would cook lettuce, it tastes horrible.
> But spying on their customers, that must be another good reason to dump
> (sorry for the pun) them in favour of some other fast food place.
I suspect they either got paid to sneak in those players...
They got these dirt-cheap (maybe for free distribution) _for a reason_
PS - I never McDonald either, unless it's a family thing where I must 'blend
in'. Blend... you know, like the cows. *shudder*