Did anybody actually even see this, apart from mr. Wildeboer? I'm running an up-to-date 64-bit CentOS 6 and an up-to-date Chrome beta on CentOS 6, and I have not seen this.
Apple acquired Lala.com a while back:
"Lala uses licensed technology to instantly match songs from a consumer's personal music library with the web-based catalog on lala.com."
Sounds like Music Match to me.
I have bought some books from Manning and O'Reilly, and they live on my laptop and tablet. They're in epub and PDF format, w/o DRM of any kind. They (may) have my name embedded in them, but that keeps me honest....
That's the letters after the last dot in the domain names. So we don't end up with http://barber.mainstreet.eastpodunk/
If you're a GPL fundamentalist you get what you deserve: you get to run a GPL MySQL version.
Calm down, grandpa....