Seems Sony's scheme of penalising paying customers by installing a rootkit has backfired. If you were crazy enough to buy one of these discs, you can get compensation at the following link.
Music fans who bought CDs with Sony BMG Music Entertainment's controversial XCP copy control software are going to get refunds. Last week saw the successful conclusion of a class action lawsuit that was brought against the company after it included invasive and potentially dangerous 'root kit' copy-protection software on an estimated 15 million music CDs. Anyone who purchased one of the XCP-protected discs can apply for either a cash payment of about £4.00, plus one free album download, or for three album downloads, whichever they prefer, and the application page link is here:
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