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Start a class action lawsuit against Sony and Starforce

Dec 5, 2005 10:44AM PST

Sony's rootkit is poorly coded and various virii have been written just for that alone.

Starforce installs low level drivers that breaks most burners AND burning software.

These companies need to pay. Why hurt the PAYING CUSTOMERS!

If you download illegal mp3's, you dont have to worry about this Sony rootkit at all.

If you download illegal cd iso's of games and software, Starforce has been removed for you by the people that offered it.

I hope a rep from Sony and Starforce read this, as I am going to start a class action lawsuit once I get enough people.

Software protection is like Gun Control. Criminals will always have guns no matter what the law is, they are criminals they BREAK THE LAW. And software pirates will always decode the protection and remove it, leaving the end-user that actually BUYS the software to suffer

When will you greedy morons learn.....

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sorry - wrong forum can a mod move it to PC hardware
Dec 5, 2005 10:46AM PST


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(NT) (NT) I'll lock it for you
Dec 5, 2005 8:39PM PST

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