"The Google-backed StopBadware.org group has explained the thinking behind its decision to slap the "badware" label on two versions of RealNetworks’ RealPlayer software, insisting there are serious problems with the installation process and behavior of the products.
But RealNetworks is hitting back, arguing that the claims raised by StopBadware.org doesn’t justify the company’s flagship media player to carry the embarrassing "badware" tag. "[The] only thing bad is the report itself," said RealNetworks Vice President Jeff Chasen in a point-by-point reaction to the StopBadware.org report." – Content courtesy of Does RealPlayer Deserve `Badware` Label?
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