Original article posted here.

Belgian consumer watchdog Test-Achats (Test Aankoop), known for its crusade against Nokia's "unsafe batteries", starts the new year with a fresh assault on the music industry. It is taking the music giants EMI, Sony, BMG Music and Universal Music to court for installing anti-piracy systems on their audio CDs.
This is an odd twist.. usually it's the music inudstry sueing the pirates and consumers. Score one for the good guys. It's one thing to have copyright protection but not being able to play a cd on your box, in your car, or make a personal back up is rediculus. I hope they win their case. Good luck Test-Achats.