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Monday, November 14, 2005

File for Bankruptcy? Sony wants their Music Back

Today when you buy software from any company you’ll fall under that company’s End User Licensing Agreement. (EULA) Sony BMG music for example was added a 3000 word EULA agreement that says if you file for bankruptcy you must delete all your Sony BMG music from your computer and if someone breaks into your house and steals your entire Steely Dan collection you must delete the backup music files from your P.C. Its unclear as how Sony plans to enforce the new agreement, But even in death Sony has you by the neck; no music compilations for funerals.

Oh Sony, when will you learn that you can’t dominate the consumer electronic market. that’s Microsoft’s job.

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