The anti-virus firm is more transparent than ever about how it makes money. Now it’s looking at a backlash.
Jared NewmanJared Newman | @onejarednewman
Sep 17, 2015 8:54 AM
The new policy, which takes effect on October 15, makes clear that AVG will collect non-personal data such as “Browsing and search history, including meta data.” AVG says it collects this data “to make money from our free offerings so we can keep them free.”