, FTC settle SpyBlast case

America Online subsidiary has agreed to settle federal charges and will "clearly and prominently" inform consumers they will receive pop-up ads based on their Internet browsing habits if they install SpyBlast. will no longer bundle its anti-spyware program with the tracking software, the Federal Trade Commission said yesterday.

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