AVG’s new privacy policy is uncomfortably honest about tracking users

The anti-virus firm is more transparent than ever about how it makes money. Now it’s looking at a backlash.

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Jared Newman covers personal technology from his remote Cincinnati outpost. He also publishes two newsletters, Advisorator for tech advice and Cord Cutter Weekly for help with ditching cable or satellite TV.

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