Sony Could Use Some Humanitarian Advice
The company's handling of digital rights management is a bad way of doing business, and Sony seems to believe its customers have no rights. At the risk of appearing Pollyanna-esque and despite the inherent danger of wading into the rootkit battle, I'd like to introduce Sony Corp. to a way of doing business that is apparently new to them, at least if their handling of digital rights management is any indication.
What I am referring to is an amazingly simple ethical test that has been around since 1932.
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