The report investigated DRM systems used in 16 different digital products and services including Apple’s iTunes Music Store, Microsoft’s Office Visio, and Symantec’s North SystemWorks 2006.
“The privacy concerns with DRM are substantiated by what we saw,” David
Fewer, staff counsel with CIPPIC and the study’s lead investigator,
Most consumers are not fans of DRM (if they understand it, at least). A legal way of derailing it, or at least convincing companies to consider selling DRM-free products, would be fantastic.
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