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Old 05-28-2020, 07:26 AM   #23
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Also, the aaxc is with harden DRM wrapper and no tool can handle it for now.
It's trivial. Either a device driver that splits the audio, or simply record with another device.
Similarly DRM on Video and HDCP is studio stupidity and robs consumers. A pirate either pirates from inside studio or projection booth. Once it's on DVD/BD/Streaming, just point an HD camera at at decent TV in a dark room.

Books? The commercial pirates cut off spine, bulk ADF on an industrial scanner and upload PDF to Google Books and Pirate sites. They might bother to run OCR so search works.

DRM is only about controlling consumers. It's never stopped commercial pirates. It's a lie that it's about maintaining the Copyright. That's what courts are for.

DRM on audiobooks or streaming music simply doesn't actually work! It's an illusion. Sony even went one step further and was installing root kits via CDs. It was a bad day for consumer Electronics when "suits" decided Sony was a Media company. They crippled minidisk.
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