CDR's degrade sooner than we thought?

in General Discussion edited January 2014
It's in a news blurb on the site (which leads to the Register, AFAIR). Depending on the quality of the dye set used in the CDR construction, degradation could happen as early as 2 years of storage in a dark, cool place. Does this worry anyone?

Also, anyone ever notice if their Norton Disk Doctor seems to freak out when scanning a CDR, citing major problems in the directory structure even though the CDR is perfectly functional? What's that all about?! Maybe this is in older versions, but I was just wondering if anyone ever observed this. So if you want to check your CDR's using NDD, it's going to freak out whether there is a serious problem or nothing at all. So how do you verify old CDR's?
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