The ASC is a group dedicated to building a consensus about definitions and best practices in the debate surrounding spyware and other potentially unwanted technologies. Composed of anti-spyware software companies, academics, and consumer groups, the ASC seeks to bring together a diverse array of perspective on the problem of controlling spyware and other potentially unwanted technologies.
For more information on ASC, please view our FAQ.
Current ASC Members
- Aluria Software , an Earthlink company
- Anchiva Systems
- AVG Technologies
- Canadian Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email
- US Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email
- Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic
- Center for Democracy & Technology
- CNET Networks
- Computer Associates
- Dell, Inc.
- Facetime Communications
- F-Secure Corporation
- ICSA Labs
- Internet Education Foundation
- McAfee Inc.
- National Center for Victims of Crime
- National Cyber Security Alliance
- National Network to End Domestic Violence
- Panda Security
- PC Tools
- Safer-Networking Ltd.
- Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic at Boalt Hall,
UC Berkeley School of Law
- Sana Security
- Shavlik Technologies
- StopBadware.org, Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School
- Sunbelt Software
- Trend Micro
- Webroot Software
- Yahoo! Inc.