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Who has the right to control your PC?

Sony BMG Music Entertainment opened a rather ugly can of worms when it started selling copy-protected compact discs that planted so-called rootkit software on computers that played them. Now, as Sony embarks on a nearly unprecedented recall and exchange program for the 4.7 million rootkit-carrying CDs already distributed to stores, industry experts say the record label’s missteps highlight a broader question for the computer and entertainment industries: Who has the right to control your computer? Full Story

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