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April 17, 2007

Sony Does It Again

Sony has reached media marketing nirvana.  It has managed to place DRM restrictions on some of its titles that won't let the movie play on one of its own DVD players.  The consumer bought the movie, bought the player and can't play the movie.  Why should Sony care?  They have the money.  Warranty of merchantability?  Sony has the money.  Now, if the labels can figure out how to sell you songs you can't play, that would be heaven to them.

Read the story in the Inquirer.

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