Sony BMG creates site for rootkit settlement Having settled the bulk of the claims against it over the rootkit fiasco of 2005, Sony BMG has set up a Web site for those looking to file a claim for damages against the company. The label giant faced a slew of lawsuits in late 2005 over its use of spyware-like copy protection software on CDs by the likes of Neil Diamond and Trey Anastasio. The software automatically installed itself when a user loaded the CD into a computer and created a series of security problems. The label giant agreed last month to several multimillion dollar settlements.

He's mad, compulsive, paranoid but basically, he's happy. by sweary - written on 26.09.06 - Rating: (5 of 5 possible stars) Advantages It might just be genius Disadvantages It'll never be cool I had to request DooYoo to add the two Neil Diamond albums I?ve reviewed here and then, when I?m thinking about buying 12 Songs and looking for a sneak online preview what?s the first thing that comes up on Google? An empty DooYou category for 12 songs and an invitation to users to write a review. It dangled there like a big juicy carrot. They?re taunting me, I thought, daring me to buy 12 Songs and write ANOTHER Neil Diamond review. I?m a...