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‘Dr. Damn’ hits file-swapping firms
He's done Grokster and iMesh. And he's not alone. His work, now available through the Grokster and iMesh networks themselves, joins that of other programmers who have previously "cleaned" programs such as Kazaa and Audio Galaxy in a campaign against "adware" and "spyware."
"I've never been a big fan of large companies spying on their users," Dr. Damn wrote in an instant messenger interview. "Especially me."
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