Thursday, December 01, 2005

Sony BMG faces the music

Satisfaction shortfall:
"EFF has expressed satisfaction that Sony BMG has taken steps in acknowledging the security risks caused by the CDs with XCP software, including a recall of the infected discs. However, the group maintains the measures still fall short of what Sony needs to do to fix the problems caused to customers. 'Sony BMG has failed entirely to respond to concerns about MediaMax, which affects over 20 million CDs--10 times the number of CDs as the XCP software,' EFF declared."

Wouln't it be great if the EFF managed to force Sony to stop copy protection of CDs altogether?

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