The New York Times reports that global music provider Sony BMG plans to recall millions of CDs by top-selling artists after learning that a copy-restriction technology installed on the discs could damage the personal computers of consumers. The company said it would remove all CDs equipped with the software from retail shelves and that exchanges would be offered to consumers. "We deeply regret any inconvenience this may cause our customers," the company said in a letter obtained by the Times and later posted on the company's web site, "and are committed to making this situation right." (Note: This site requires...
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