Friday, February 09, 2007

Music "deserves" DRM

Edgar BronfmanThe recording industry is on the offensive against Apple's suggestion that DRM is all the music industry's fault and should be abolished. RIAA chief Edgar Bronfman frothed:

The notion that music does not deserve the same protections as software, television, films, video games, or other intellectual property, simply because there is an unprotected legacy product available in the physical world is completely without logic or merit.

Ah yes, those well-known DRM successes: software, television, films and video games. I've never seen infringing copies of any of those media.

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