Digital Rights Management

Bill Thompson has an excellent entry on Digital Rights Management (DRM) on his blog.

I couldn’t agree more with the things he points out. I don’t think copyright is dead either, but why would I buy music from iTunes which won’t work on a variety of other formats (generic MP3 player, in-car CD player, etc) when I can buy a CD album, rip it to MP3, and use it freely and fairly wherever I want?

Slashdot also has an article on some possible implications of DRM software.

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