Mark Russinovich of Sysinternals will be joining the legal team led by New York attorney Scott Kamber, who filed a lawsuit earlier this month against Sony BMG and First4Internet, the British company that produced the anti-piracy software. (This may be nothing, but First4Internet's Web site is looking rather Spartan at the moment.)
Russinovich said he opted to join the suit because he “wanted to
make sure that a message was sent loud and clear to Sony and hopefully
to the rest of the industry. And if a technical expert is required to
back up the suit, then that’s what I’m willing to do to make sure that
message gets driven home.”
From Security Fix.