DRM Music

macman

Diabloii.Net Member
DRM Music

Hello! Let's talk about DRM-music. I beleive the DRM system just hurts the rights of the subscribers. I've bought a handful of songs from iTunes and they were found worthless for me (my mp3-player can't support protected format). Is it fair to strip away the DRM for private use as it shown here?
http://www.soundtaxi.info/
 

Drosselmeier

Diabloii.Net Member
macman said:
Hello! Let's talk about DRM-music. I beleive the DRM system just hurts the rights of the subscribers. I've bought a handful of songs from iTunes and they were found worthless for me (my mp3-player can't support protected format). Is it fair to strip away the DRM for private use as it shown here?
http://www.soundtaxi.info/
It's probably illegal but it's far from unfair. Seriously... if I buy a record I expect to be able to listen to it. If the record company sabotages and breaks the music then I should have the right to fix what they've broken and I've paid for.

Never forget that they hate the customer. You, that is. Remember the Sony rootkit scandal? That's how they feel about you. Still feel like they have the right to tell you what to do with the music you pay them good money for? **** them.

EDIT: I'm aware this thread is probably advertisment. I don't care. I've gone to the bad place and I need to rant.
 
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