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Sony to Help Remove Its DRM Rootkit

03-Nov-05 10:26 am EDT Leave a comment Go to comments


Sony to Help Remove Its DRM Rootkit

And there they go…right over the line.  I say again, and not just to Sony:


Unrepentant, Sony’s software not only installs a trojan on users’ systems, but can disable hardware.  Is this the new tactic undertaken by the recording industry in a kind of vigilante defence of copyright law: holding your system for ransom?

Maybe it’s time someone spoke out against Bill C-60 to stop this sort of thing from happening in Canada….

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