Sony-BMG rethinking copy protection.
Sony-BMG manager Thomas Hesse today told BBC News that the bad publicity coming from their copy protection scheme would have consequences. That they're thinking about new copy protection schemes etc. He also mentioned that copyright violations were a big problem for the music industry, and that those
were the very source
for the current problems. Then again, I don't think this excuse should hold in a court. We don't start fighting crime with crime just yet, or do we, Thomas?