Once upon a time, Kazaa had its great idea. It was huge. Everybody loved it. And they paid the price of success. They got shut down harder than most. I don't blame them for taking the safe route and being completely lame.
The author of the article was obviously trying to make these guys sound like idiots, unfortunately he included far too much fact for me to see his side.
"He made sure that the agreement had geographic restrictions, such that it only showed in Denmark... The World's Funniest Commercials decided to include it in their show (with Carlsberg's blessing) which aired in the US"
It doesn't sound like they are suing because the commercial went viral (as the author would like you to believe). Instead, they are suing because the firm that hired them violated specific terms of their agreement. If you can't sue over that, what is worthy?