A few days ago, Claria (still rumored to be in buyout talks with Microsoft) made some news for dropping out of its agreement to be distributed with the popular Kazaa file sharing app. Plenty of people speculated that this had to do with the Supreme Court's Grokster decision -- saying that Claria didn't want to be associated with that. Of course, knowing how sad it must look to have your adware company fire you, Kazaa has struck back with a "you can't quit, you're fired!" type of response, as accurately described by John Borland. Honestly, it's not clear what good it does for Kazaa to bitch about Claria ditching them at this point. Still, it's a bit amusing to see both companies trying to distance themselves from each other, as if trying to figure out which one is less liked by the investment community these days.
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