Swedish record company stops using copy protections

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The Swedish website 'Ny Teknik" ('New Technology")
reports that several record companies are unhappy with how the CD copy
protections work today. The Swedish record company Bonnier…

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When will the music industry understand that the copy protection only is a problem for the people that buy there music. They seriously think that it will stop the copying? Why buy copy protected records when you can do what you like with the music you download but not with the **** you buy!? When will the music industry start using there brain… :r [expletive modified]
[edited by Crabbyappleton on 17.03.2004 20:15]

“When will the music industry start using their brain…” If there is anything there what’s normally called brain. As for Birgitta Bokstré¶m at Sony Music Sweden, I’d really love to give her a call and ask about her definition of “better” prots. LOL. I wonder what those jerks get their salaries for ?