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jen147

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I've heard yes and no, some antispyware apps flag it, some don't. So what gives??? They have some really cool games, I have a shortcut "Install Game Channel" on my desktop, just waiting for me to click it, do I dare? Any feedback is greatly appreciated!
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I say yes. I believe Spybot S&D detected it as spyware, so I had it removed. That Blaster Ball game was kinda fun though.........
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Thanks for the reply, I know what you mean about blasterball, one of my favorites too...
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Wildtangent is spyware, no argument there, but is in my view to be regarded as an aoptional removal, if the user is a gamer.

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