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Old 09-03-2008, 01:52 PM   #18
Alisa
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I don't think DRM purpose is to reduce piracy.
I think DRM technologies are aimed to regular customers.
Good point. I think a lot of the appeal is to keep people locked in to a store rather than to keep the content safe. Anyone who has looked around the digital media business even a little bit realizes that no matter what your DRM is, someone will figure out how to break it.
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