Settlement proposed in Sony BMG case

Friday, 30 December 2005, 1:47 AM EST

The attorneys in a New York class action lawsuit filed against Sony BMG and its two copy-protection software providers, SunnComm and First 4 Internet, proposed a settlement on Wednesday requiring--among other stipulations--cash payments to plaintiffs and consumer-friendly changes to copyright holders' anti-piracy initiatives.

At SecurityFocus.

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