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Trend Micro Will Pay for PC Repair Costs

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juliad-sokolova: Trend Micro will compensate customers in Japan for the cost of repairing PCs after it delivered a faulty antivirus update to them over the weekend, the company says. The company will not offer reparation for any loss of business incurred and...

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Trend Micro will compensate customers in Japan for the cost of repairing PCs after it delivered a faulty antivirus update to them over the weekend, the company says. The company will not offer reparation for any loss of business incurred and the fate of overseas customers remains unclear.

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