If your house gets burgled, you have to delete all your music from your laptop when you get home. That's because the EULA says that your rights to any copies terminate as soon as you no longer possess the original CD.
They go downhill from there. I particularly like this one:
Forget about using the music as a soundtrack for your latest family photo slideshow, or mash-ups, or sampling. The EULA forbids changing, altering, or make derivative works from the music on your computer.
Based on that last one, my daughter could already be in violation. It's time for someone to get a cluestick and beat Sony's CEO with it until he fires the lawyers, and whatever the sorry excuse for a marketing department it is that they have over there. Sheesh