The Open Rights Group (ORG) is developing a new paper to inform the music industry about the technical suitability of Digital Rights Management (DRM) as an aid to enforcing copyright. The paper is conceived as a way to inform the current debates about DRM, to break a very technical subject area down into terms that the average …
"I would say that DRM is a misunderstood beast," he said, arguing that it can be used for a variety of ways of accessing music, not just total lock down.
HAHAHAH, only people who misunderstand DRM are the record companies themselves. The rest of us understand it pretty clear and simple. It's a steamy pile of brown squishy that only serves to limit what and how we can listen to what we buy, and to force us to have to buy the same material in multiple formats to be able to use it the way we are ALREADY legally allowed to use it.
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