Your last post is perfectly acceptable, and summarises the feelings of many others quite nicely. There are lots of people who are convinced they didn't at any time agree to accepting a download from one of the sites involved.
As for investigations, you may not be aware that several people - myself included - have been investigating this subject for sme time. In my case the investigation has been ongoing for a year now, ever since we saw the first complaint on our forum. I have discussed the matter at length with two leading internet lawyers, and with MBS themselves. I've also discussed the subject on three separate BBC radio programmes. I have aso written at least two articles in our magazine about MBS and the problems consumers have encountered.
The answer is always the same - lawyers tell me that they can see nothing illegal in the MBS billing system, and (so far at any rate) not one person has been able to provide me - or anyone else as far as I'm aware - with evidence to show that the MBS software was installed on their computer by stealth. You'll appreciate that a personal conviction that something untoward has hapened isn't enough - what's needed, if any further action is to be taken, is concrete proof.
To my certain knowledge both the Office of Fair Trading and Trading Standards have been consulted about this, and they have both confirmed that they have no evidence of illegal activity on the part of MBS. The Leeds Trading Standards Office has been consulted by MBS to make sure that the billing system is legal, and I've been lead to believe that they have found nothing that contravenes any current legislation.