Sites about alleged unethical or illegal conduct by Internet search marketing company 180solutions.
The Effect of 180solutions on Affiliate Commissions and Merchants
Shows that 180solutions diverts commissions from online merchants and affiliates using questionable tactics.
Zdnet.com: Lawsuit filed against 180solutions
Article covers what illegal practices are being alleged by the lawsuit. Also provides a link to the court document.
BenEdelman.org: Nonconsensual 180 Installations Continue
Article covering an unauthorised installation of 180's Zango software. (February 20, 2006)
ReveNews.com: Official Response from 180solutions to Porter's Questions
Cory Magnus of 180solutions responds to Wayne Porter's questions, covering controversy around their COAST membership and alleged stealth installations of their software. (April 02, 2005)
ReveNews.com: Porter's Preface to 180 Solutions Response & Some Software Philosophy
Wayne Porter, CEO of XBlock systems (a security software firm) prefaces the response by 180solutions to the questions he asked them in his blog. (April 02, 2005)
The Register: Pop-up goes the commission
Article reporting on the alleged hijacking of affiliate commissions by 180solutions' Zango software through its use of double pop-ups, and 180solutions responses to criticism. (July 28, 2004)
The Register: Can you say n-CASE?
Article reporting how 180solutions' nCASE tool, which serves advertising, has been installed on millions of PCs as part of its bundling with freeware applications. (December 09, 2003)
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