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Burning issue for record labels
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Join Date: Aug 2001
Re: Burning issue for record labels
Any Company that is involved in copy protection schemes for CD's is issuing An "RSVP" to the hacking community. Record company's that say they won't divulge which CD's are protected are using lame excuses such as "We Do Not Want To Influence The Listener's Ear. Sony, BMG etc why not state the real reason. We didn't just get off the boat 2 minutes ago.