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Here's a write up on it: [http://www.cultofmac.com/170522/is-mackeeper-really-a-scam/|Is MacKeeper really a Scam?].
 
Here's someone testing of it: [http://www.appleserialnumberinfo.com/Desktop/TnR/Reviews/Antivirus/MacKeeper.php|appleserialnumberinfo]
 
While many have praised itit, I do worry a bit here on some companies tactics (not Zeobit alone here). We

We
are getting a bit Orwellian with many companies policies (just look at Facebook and Twitter). Do you want their prying into your stuff and what you do online Feedingfeeding someone else's desires or pocket as well as expose you? I would stay away from MacKeeper and other apps like it.
While many have praised itit, I do worry a bit here on some companies tactics (not Zeobit alone here). We

We
are getting a bit Orwellian with many companies policies (just look at Facebook and Twitter). Do you want their prying into your stuff and what you do online Feedingfeeding someone else's desires or pocket as well as expose you? I would stay away from MacKeeper and other apps like it.
 
60 Minutes (a Sunday news show here in the states) did a segment a few weeks ago on what information you are giving away just by visiting a web site. I was shocked how much of our actions are being monitored and sold.
 
How far are you going to allow companies into your system mining what you download or write? What is the limit here?
 
FYI - MacKeeper is technically not open sourced. It just is marketed in that sector. You still need to pay for it.

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Here's a write up on it: [http://www.cultofmac.com/170522/is-mackeeper-really-a-scam/|Is MacKeeper really a Scam?].
 
Here's someone testing of it: [http://www.appleserialnumberinfo.com/Desktop/TnR/Reviews/Antivirus/MacKeeper.php|appleserialnumberinfo]
 
While many have praised it I do worry a bit here on some companies tactics (not Zeobit alone here). We are getting a bit Orwellian with many companies policies (just look at Facebook and Twitter). Do you want their prying into your stuff and what you do online Feeding someone else's desires or pocket as well as expose you? I would stay away from MacKeeper and other apps like it.
While many have praised it I do worry a bit here on some companies tactics (not Zeobit alone here). We are getting a bit Orwellian with many companies policies (just look at Facebook and Twitter). Do you want their prying into your stuff and what you do online Feeding someone else's desires or pocket as well as expose you? I would stay away from MacKeeper and other apps like it.
 
You need to feel their involvement into your stuff and what you do is not feeding someone else's desires or pocket as well as expose you.

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60 Minutes (a Sunday news show here in the states) did a segment a few weeks ago on what information you are giving away just by visiting a web site. I was shocked how much of outour actions are being monitored and sold.
You need to feel their involvement into your stuff and what you do is not feeding someone else's desires or pocket as well as expose you.

60
60 Minutes (a Sunday news show here in the states) did a segment a few weeks ago on what information you are giving away just by visiting a web site. I was shocked how much of outour actions are being monitored and sold.
 
How far are you going to allow companies into your system mining what you download or write? What is the limit here?
 
FYI - MacKeeper is technically not open sourced. It just is marketed in that sector. You still need to pay for it.

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Contribution d'origine par : Dan ,

Texte:

Here's a write up on it: [http://www.cultofmac.com/170522/is-mackeeper-really-a-scam/|Is MacKeeper really a Scam?].

Here's someone testing of it: [http://www.appleserialnumberinfo.com/Desktop/TnR/Reviews/Antivirus/MacKeeper.php|appleserialnumberinfo]

While many have praised it I do worry a bit here on some companies tactics (not Zeobit alone here). We are getting a bit Orwellian with many companies policies (just look at Facebook and Twitter).

You need to feel their involvement into your stuff and what you do is not feeding someone else's desires or pocket as well as expose you.

60 Minutes (a Sunday news show here in the states) did a segment a few weeks ago on what information you are giving away just by visiting a web site. I was shocked how much of out actions are being monitored and sold.

How far are you going to allow companies into your system mining what you download or write? What is the limit here?

FYI - MacKeeper is technically not open sourced. It just is marketed in that sector. You still need to pay for it.

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open