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  • Interesting comment on the Schneider blog:

    It's worth considering that companies like McAfee and Symantec might be very wary of declaring this as "bad" code and removing it lest Sony sue them under the DMCA for tampering with their DRM. I fully expect this will not be the last time this will happen.

    Posted by: David Durant at November 17, 2005 09:45 AM

    How about that for an innovative use of the DMCA...
    • Well seen. So now, due to the US entertainment industry lobby's influence on US lawmaking, we have direct computer security consequences that impacts globally. Not that I ever doubted that, but it's not often as clearly highlighted as here.