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Sony DRM Gets Sneakier

Looking to thwart piracy and the unlicensed, unprofitable consumption of its content, Sony is reportedly spiking its music CDs with digital rights management (DRM) software that is similar to malicious code used by computer attackers, including virus writers and spammers. The code, exposed recently on blogs and reports from industry observers, mirrors a so-called Trojan code — which has historically been a method of installing and concealing viruses and other malware — installing itself at the root level, consuming PC resources and ceding a degree of control along the way. Full Story

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