Music man cracks DRM schemes

Wednesday, 7 December 2005, 2:47 PM EST

The ongoing saga of Sony BMG's sneaky, lawsuit-inducing copy-protection software opened a new chapter Monday when the music company released an uninstaller program to allow customers to remove the offending code from their PCs.

By Quinn Norton at Wired.

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