DRM has become a huge flashpoint for consumers because of one simple fact -- entertainment companies' fear of piracy. The music industry -- rattled by its bitter experience with peer-to-peer networks that allowed consumers to swap music across the Internet for free -- has worked feverishly to win court battles and shut down file-sharing services like the original Napster and Grokster.
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Digital Rights Management (DRM) - media company's next flop?
Posted on Friday, Jan 27 2006 @ 11:25 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck