You might have thought that, having settled with the people on whose computers they installed malware on their machines, Sony BMG would write off the USD5.75million and try to move on.
Not a bit of it. They're now suing The Amergence Group Inc, blaming their technology for getting them into trouble in the first place.
Amergence say 'we're sorry, this has nothing to do with us':
The company also suggested that lawsuits against Sony BMG over CD copy-protection primarily stemmed from Sony's use of another technology.
This one sounds like it's going to be fun.
Sony is looking for about USD12m in damages, which effectively would mean they'd be making a profit on the whole deal. How sweet is that, eh?