I supposedly have a license to use Norton 360 Premier Edition until June, 2015. At present, however, I find myself using the product as a "30-day trial," apparently because of having downloaded the program too many times. When that "30-day trial" is finished, I intend to uninstall Norton and never resort to it ever again. Here's why.
I am a government whistleblower. Acting under color of law, vicious criminals have been able for many years to hack into my DSL connection and download malicious code to my computer. Norton products do not detect this, report it, or correct it. I am generally made aware of it because phony "Automatic Restore Points" appear in my (Windows 7) System Restore Window. My Facebook profile shows many examples of this. Because of these attacks, I am forced frequently to return to a previous System Restore point. After doing so, however, I must download Norton definitions. I have done this many times. Lately, however, I get an error message. It seems that the malicious code is intended to set me up for intrusions by disabling Norton SONAR protection. When that happens, it becomes necessary to use Norton R&R to reinstall the program. Several times, I've been forced to uninstall Norton completely and download the program from your site. Your site now tells me that I've done this too many times and will no longer activate my product.
OK, you have your rules and I have my needs. I cannot justify purchasing your very expensive product under these conditions. Please do not renew my subscription.