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Old 08-13-2011, 03:43 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by neilmarr View Post
Hello again Chedstog. There are instructions on DRM removal all over the net. But, no matter how justified most of us feel it to be, the practice is illegal
We've had this discussion many times and you should know better then to state that stripping DRM is illegal. It's not always illegal. It may be in France, but it's a gray issue in the US. And until it's illegal world wide, don't go saying it's illegal as it is and it isn't. That just confuses the matter and makes others think it is when it very well may not be. Now it would be OK to say that stripping DRM is illegal where the OP lives. But to just say it's illegal is wrong.
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