Friday, November 09, 2007

What Would be "DRM Good News"?

Fun bit from TechDirt: "Still More Bad DRM News"

Some people never learn - and it is a good thing: a quote: "Blu-Ray discs employ two different DRM technologies. One, called AACS, was cracked back in January. The other, called BD+, was supposed to provide an added layer of "security" and differentiate the format from HD-DVD. Now, to no one's surprise, a company called SlySoft has announced a BD+ crack."

The conclusion is deeply, painfully, truly obvious: "DRM is bad for everyone: technology companies, copyright holders, and their customers."

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