Microsoft to patch app that strips DRM technology

Wednesday, 30 August 2006, 12:41 PM EST

Microsoft Corp. plans to patch its Windows Media DRM system, despite calls from fair-use advocates who have championed the FairUse4WM application. That application, released earlier in the month, allows users to remove DRM (digital rights management) restrictions from Windows Media files.

At Computerworld.

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