DRM is bad for people. DRM stops users from enjoying their content and frustrates consumers while doing nothing to stop pirates from stealing and selling their digital wares. DRM is the industries' way of saying you no longer own your content when you buy it, but are merely borrowing it.Link, Link to Nov 14 Roundup Post
Sony refuses to apologize for their aggressive and dangerous actions that infected millions of computers, and left consumers helpless with their expensive computers with limited functionality. It is for this reason that Sory Electronics and others such as Wired News call for an immediate boycott of Sony products and Sony/BMG music. Sory Electronics encourages you not to buy CDs, DVDs, Playstation products, games, or personal entertainment equipment from Sony.
Every dollar spent on a Sony product sends a message that you are OK with a corporation who spies on your personal computer habits and opens up your PC to malicious hackers.
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