But the software developer who signed over that right isn’t happy about the way Microsoft secured it.
Late last week, the company announced that it would begin using the name "Windows Defender" for the anti-spyware program that it plans to offer as part of its flagship PC operating system.
That was a surprise to Adam Lyttle, a 22-year-old developer from Adelaide, Australia, who developed a program of the same name for preventing online sites from making unwanted changes in a computer’s settings.
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I guess this is the part where you say "all your bases belong to me!"