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October 2, 2006 at 10:42 AM

A Zune logo Microsoft might not like

Defective by Design, a group tied to the Free Software Foundation that has complained about the rights management systems used by Microsoft and iPod, is starting to get fired up about Microsoft’s new Zune player. This is the same group that protested Microsoft at this year’s WinHec convention.

Click here to see how the group is tweaking the Zune logo. (Warning: Alludes to language that might be NSFW).

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