Bad news.


Sony-BMG caves in after people found out that their music CDs install a sort of trojan, a rootkit, when music CDs are inserted into PCs. This is happens without the owner of the CD’s permission or knowledge. The software has the ability to corrupt a system if removed without special permission from Sony. This is truly dishonest. Sony is just like some porn website, sneaking in unwanted software to benefit themselves. Now, this is a company begging for a lawsuit.

Napster posts a $13.6 million loss for the second quarter of 2005. But this is better than last year’s $15.3 million net loss.


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