Zango, an online media company, came up short in its attempt to force
an anti-virus company to reclassify its “spyware” tag for the company’s
adware.

The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington ruled in favor of Kaspersky Lab, granting the security company immunity from liability in a suit filed by Zango. According to Kaspersky, Zango
sued them to force the company to reclassify Zango’s programs as
“non-threatening” and to prevent Kaspersky’s security software from
blocking Zango’s programs.

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