A spokesperson from the company told Wired UK that AVG updated the language to be more transparent and make sure people know that it can make money off its free products using their information. The new rules will take effect on October 15th, 2015 and by continuing to use AVG after that, you already agree to the collection — unless you take the steps to opt out. The spokesperson said that “users who do not want [the security firm] to use non-personal data in this way will be able to turn it off.”
Date : 21st September, 2015
Want to publish your own articles on DistilINFO Publications?
Send us an email, we will get in touch with you.