The Chairman of Sony BMG, the company that infected millions of computers with malicious spyware and rootkits in the name of restricting what people could do with the CDs they purchased, is giving a public talk tomorrow at the London School of Economics tomorrow (closest tube stations are Holborn and Charing Cross). I'll be in Geneva, but I know there are plenty of Londoners out there with pointed questions to put to this guy. It'd be great if some of them turned up and asked them.
Rolf Schmidt-Holtz, a member of the executive board of Bertelsmann AG and the board of trustees of the Bertelsmann Foundation, and chairman of the board of directors of Sony BMG Music Entertainment, will participate in an LSE Director's Dialogue with Howard Davies on Thursday 2 February at LSE...Link (Thanks, Ian!) Next post
Director's Dialogue with Rolf Schmidt-Holtz is on Thursday 2 February at 6.30pm in the Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE, Aldwych, London WC2A. This event is free and open to all with no ticket required.