First, the Trojan:
A computer security firm said on Thursday it had discovered the first virus that uses music publisher Sony BMG’s controversial CD copy-protection software to hide on PCs and wreak havoc.
Full story at http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20051110/tc_nm/sony_hack_dc.
And now, California consumers have filed a class-action suit against Sony-BMG:
Record company Sony BMG Music Entertainment has been targeted in a class-action lawsuit in California by consumers claiming their computers have been harmed by anti-piracy software on some Sony BMG CDs.
The claim states that Sony BMG’s failed to disclose the true nature of the digital rights management system it uses on its CDs and thousands of computer users have unknowingly infected their computers, according to court documents.
More on that at http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20051110/tc_nm/media_sonybmg_dc.