N.Y. attorney general investigates Sony's XCP software

Thursday, 1 December 2005, 1:03 AM EST

One week after being sued by the Texas attorney general, Sony BMG Music Entertainment is now in the sights of Eliot Spitzer, attorney general for the state of New York. Spitzer began looking into Sony's use of Extended Copy Protection (XCP) software over the past "couple of weeks," said Brad Maione, a spokesman for Spitzer's office.

By Robert McMillan at Computerworld.

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