Maker of CD copying software relents on security

Wednesday, 8 February 2006, 12:06 AM EST

"SunnComm's behavior is a very thinly veiled media ploy to make the company appear more favorable in the market, and a blatant attempt to avoid the class action lawsuits that are plaguing Sony BMG as a result of compromising the security of personal computers around the world," Jarad Carleton, an analyst with Frost & Sullivan, told TechNewsWorld.

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