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However, this code is useless against these third party developers, in particular, KaZaa, http://www.kazaa.com/.
KaZaa has already been downloaded 5.4 million times from CNET.
BTW, although we did download software for evaluation in writing this article, our research revealed many people dissatisfied with KaZaa because it is extremely difficult to remove it from your computer.
KaZaa is apparently tapping advertisers to pay for keywords which will cause a link to show up on your web site!
When keyword is found, KaZaa links show up with a yellow squiggle underline that appears highlighted when your mouse passes over them on your site.
Unauthorized, and certainly unwanted, links now exist all over your web site because of use of this technology.
This technology makes it possible for you to link to other web sites that you would never dream of being associated with, possibly even to pornographic web sites or other such unseemly members of Internet community.
KaZaa is already being brought to task and several merchants and Internet entrepreneurs have either filled suit or plan to do so.
All of these actions come in an effort to stem tide of such intrusive and unauthorized use of web site content, that is copyrighted, and that you have spent your time and hard earned money in order to create.
We will have to wait to see if Microsoft is thrown into mix for having developed this technology strategy in first place.
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