Damn Straight and now we'll lose PS3 also!
Last time this consumer group took on someone, it was Apple. They went after Apple for unfairly locking users into their DRM system therefore making it so that if you buy music from their iTunes music store, then you'd be forced to use an Apple device to play it. This was before Apple dropped DRM on music of course.
The result was, the courts ruled it was illegal for Apple to lock users in that way. BIG VICTORY!. As a result, there are countries all over the world (especially Norway) who will never receive any form of other media that can't be "protected' by a DRM system.
So NO TV shows.
So NO Movies
So NO Music Videos
So NO in-copyright eBooks
So NO Norwegian audio books (Apple delivers English ones because they're actually coming from Amazon I think).
When you have a country that has a total of 150,000 prospective customers who are likely to provide you an average of $30-$70 per year profit each, it's just too damn hard to justify having an entire legal team on staff to try and reach agreements. Therefore, they'd rather just abandon the market and let us use the laws (that protected DVD Jon) to just copy our own DVDs and TV shows to the iPhones. Let it be the studios problems.
As for Sony, well, I'd imagine they have a total market of 30-50k units overall in Norway. If you look at the PS3 game section in the store, it's the smallest and saddest looking. It would take an AWFUL lot of game sales in a year for Sony to give a shit whether they stay or go. As an example, it wasn't until mid last year that Sony bothered to sell Vaio computers in Norway. They didn't see the profit in having a support staff available here in Norway.