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Why DRM Doesn't Work

tip from ClifNotes and DavesComputerTips, Jun 2007, permalink Windows Tip


From Clif:

Dave's newsletter had a good article in it this week. I'd like to share it with you.


From Dave's Computer Tips Newsletter:

What is DRM?


DRM is an acronym you may get to know very well, if you haven't already! Digital Rights Management is a broad term used to describe the ability to control media. Content providers and wonderful organizations (sarcasm intended) such as the Recording Industry Association of America(RIAA) and Motion Picture Association of America(MPAA) want the ability to control what you do with music and video content you buy. DRM is the cornerstone of their way on copyright infringement. It is meant to restrict the copying and playing of digital files based on what the provider of that files want's to limit your actions to.


Read the rest!

DRM doesn't work and won't ever!


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