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May 11, 2005

Control Through DRM

p2pnet:  Here's an interesting 'anti-DRM perspective' from Russell McOrmond about the basics of digital rights management, its flaws and encryption methods..."At the point where a copy might be made, only two entities have control: the owner of the device, and the DRM vendor...Copyright holders can never be given direct control and must always chose between which of those two groups they trust most...We need to realize as creators and as liberals that we don't want legal protection for DRM, but that we do need strong legal protection FROM DRM."

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