If it says "Copy Controlled" on the CD, it is usually Cactus Datashield 200.
If you own a pretty modern Plextor drive, you will have no problems ripping it with Plextools Professional. Simply tell the software to use "Single Session". This will ensure CDS200 doesn't confused your PC with a corrupted TOC and allow you to view all the audio tracks properly.
First try to rip the CD using EAC, if it hangs or rips extremely slow (like 30+ minutes), then use PlexTools Digital Audio Extraction tool to rip the tracks (with error checking turned down or off).
Next, check for clicking or popping on your ripped tracks, especially near the beginning of the track around 9 seconds. If you are hearing dropouts that shouldn't be there, you will have to re-rip the tracks again at a much slower read speed (e.g. 4X or 8X). In PlexTools, there is an option to slow down the drive. This should eliminate all the noise created by CDS200 introducing fake error checksums in the data stream.
If you are the proud owner of a Plextor Premium CD-writer, you can probably get away with just using EAC on the copy protected (CDS200 at least) "CD", it is capable of handling most of the tracks on a corrrupted CDS200 CDs I own at full ripping speed.