[Dshield] Sony: You dont reeeeaaaally want to uninstall, do y ou?

Willy, Andrew AWilly at eSMIL.net
Thu Nov 10 16:04:57 GMT 2005

Seeing a few reports of a trojan using DRM.  Legitimate?


-----Original Message-----
From: lucy at lucindrea.com [mailto:lucy at lucindrea.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 10, 2005 5:13 AM
To: General DShield Discussion List
Subject: Re: [Dshield] Sony: You dont reeeeaaaally want to uninstall, do

it comes down to one thing and one thing only .. money .. if it will make
them more $ than they will spend on the legal fees then they will do it ,
plain and simple.
think of it this way , in their twisted minds they are selling more cd's
because less people can copy them ( most servies <sp?> taken say people
buying retail cd's buy them because they liked the artist that they heard
on someone else's copy or d/led a mp3 already ) they KNOW that the average
user will not jump through hoops to uninstall the software even if they
had a clue of just hoe much damage it does to their system .. just think
of how many end users disable spyware protection because it prevents that
cool pop up on one of the sites they visit.

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