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Submission + - DRM graveyard: A brief history of digital rights m (opensource.com)

antdude writes: "Linux Today shares an Opensource.com article on "The digital rights management graveyard: A brief history of digital rights management in music. There are more than a few reasons digital rights management (DRM) has been largely unsuccessful. But the easiest way to explain to a consumer why DRM doesn't work is to put it in terms he understands: 'What happens to the music you paid for if that company changes its mind?' It was one thing when it was a theoretical question. Now it's a historical one...""
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