Sony’s EULA Worse Than Its Rootkit?

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 11:11 am

If you think the Sony rootkit is bad, check out the accompanying EULA! From the EFF’s summary: ‘If your house gets burgled, you have to delete all your music from your laptop when you get home. … Sony-BMG can install and use backdoors in the copy protection software or media player to “enforce their rights” against you, at any time, without notice. … Forget about using the music as a soundtrack for your latest family photo slideshow, or mash-ups, or sampling.

Source: Slashdot


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