It's a security vulnerability and therefore needs to be dealt with.
In a not particularly exuberant environment, this is one area of growth we're capitalizing on.
The market is starting to move towards greater differentiation. Why should everything be the same price? No other market in the world works like that.
Everything priced the same was a great thing to do in the beginning of the market. Now it's a good time to move into a tiered market, ... This whole landscape is evolving. We will be more seeing more of a price differentiation between more desirable stuff and less desirable stuff.
If you attempt to burn 20 copies and distribute them to the kids who come to your son's birthday party, that's not possible.
[For example, Sony (SNE) executives have publicly expressed support for more variable pricing, enabling them to charge more for hot new hits and less for rarely sought oldies in the archive.] The market is starting to move towards greater differentiation, ... Why should everything be the same price? No other market in the world works like that.
When people have downtime they love playing with their mobile phones. So instead of playing a game of Tetris or buying their next ring tone, browsing for music and downloading a full track -- it's a natural and good thing.
We're excited to have two more SONY BMG artists achieve Platinum and Gold milestones on Sprint, ... The success we've seen with Music Tones on Sprint is a great indication that the market for mobile music is continuing to gain momentum.
We encourage anyone who has any security issues to bring them to our attention. Following the good protocol in vulnerability management, we will fix it. Security is an ongoing issue that we will always monitor relentlessly and carefully.