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Kazaa workers hate file-swapping software
Contributed by: Some Desi, at 2/14/2005 08:08:00 AM.

Internal documents made public in an Australian court indicate that it's not just consumers who are often annoyed by programs that install with the Kazaa file-swapping software.

Employees of the company that owns Kazaa Media Desktop hate using the program because the accompanying software can slow their computers, the documents say.

Like many free programs, Kazaa comes packaged with adware for delivering advertisements to users. Many adware programs have been blamed for slowing down systems and causing some to crash.

Phil Morle, director of technology for Kazaa owner Sharman Networks, wrote that Kazaa needs to be careful with how much adware it bundles.
"It is reasonable that we show ads in order to create our free software," he wrote, "but I do not believe it is reasonable to place a user in a position where this free software will also make their machine sluggish."
Source: CNN-Technology

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