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Sony BMG


Sony BMG

Tennessee, along with a multistate group, alleged that Sony BMG had violated consumer protection statutes in its sale of its XC and MediaMax 50.0 DRM software, which the Group contended rendered users vulnerable to malicious online attacks. The group further contended that Sony had acted in violation of consumer protection statutes in its failure to conspicuously disclose certain terms and conditions of its DRM software. The Court ultimately ordered that Sony pay the Tennessee Attorney General the sum of $5,000.

State Court Filings in Sony BMG

This list includes only significant filings and is not intended to be a complete record of the matter.