Tuesday, November 08, 2005

SONY responds to the revelation they are criminal hackers

SONY digital music covertly installed cracker-class software on the PCs of unsuspecting customers. They probably broke a half-dozen laws around the world and they violated every customer relationship tenet you can imagine.

Fortunately their division president had an informed response.

Did he commit sepuku in the old SONY tradition? No, this is the new SONY:
Good Morning Silicon Valley: Quoted

Most people, I think, don't even know what a rootkit is, so why should they care about it?'
-- Thomas Hesse, President of Sony's Global Digital Business, explains the Sony BMG compromise to us stupid consumers.
The earthquakers you now feel are SONY's founders spinning in their graves.

SONY is an ex-parrot.

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