Intuit removes software activation?

Remember when TurboTax came out earlier this tax period, and it was discovered that it had C-Dilla and all sorts of other shady shenanigans? Many people wrote in and complained about this, and it looks like Intuit listened to it's customers.

I just received the following e-mail from Intuit regarding this:

Dear Valued Customer:

In response to your comments on the implementation of product activation technology in tax year 2002 TurboTax(R) software, I wanted to let you know that Intuit will discontinue product activation in next year's TurboTax desktop products purchased at retail or direct from Intuit.

We are absolutely committed to listening and learning from our customers. We clearly need to better understand all of our customers' tax preparation needs and how they use TurboTax.

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News source: In House

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