Sony introduces 1st ISP to allow its music be shared via P2P

I just posted the article Sony introduces 1st ISP to allow its music be shared via P2P.

    Until recently, Sony has been trying its best to discourage and prevent piracy, such  as introducing its secure Super Audio CD format, DRM for its Atrac3+ format and  recently planning...
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Playlounder is due to launch at the end of September Playlouder :slight_smile: not Playlounder (reminds me of the extrememhz refering to TY as Taiyo Yunden (i’m sure they are fake :B)

[edited by lui_gough on 24.08.2005 05:01]

Corrected :wink:

CRASH AND BURN SONY YOU KILLED DECRYPTER AS FAR AS IM CONCIRNED YOU DONT EXIST

sony DID NOT kill DVD Decryptor…Macrovision did

Interesting move. I only wish you didn’t have to use their own isp.

If this work’s out for Sony what’s going to stop SBCyahoo from doing the same thing? I am looking forward to how this turns out.

sigh* media like movies and music are overly hyped and priced, WTF is everyones problem. Actors and singers get tooooooo much money in the land of the fake, but that is also where imbeciles prosper. Any outlook looks good due to information distortion. :B

In other words, the ISP charges a premium on top of their normal costs, and this premium goes to Sony. Sounds similar to the Canadian tax on CDs. Personally, I don’t want to pay a tax for a service that we might not be using.