And they wonder why we hate DRM

Thursday, 29 September 2005, 12:32 AM EST

If you believe that Digital Rights Management (DRM) technologies are aimed at protecting the artists against having their music shared on the Internet, you haven't been paying attention for the last several years. More and more, it becomes obvious that DRM is only about limiting when and where the end user can use the product, not for the user's good, or even the artists good, but for the record companies profit. And I'm not willing to contribute to their bottom line.

By Martin McKeay at his blog.

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