The future of DRM

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Capp, Sep 10, 2007.

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  1. Capp

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    Hello,

    What the man said in his blog:

    Create such hardware - DVD drive, speakers, screen etc to be slaves of inferior quality technologies intended to protect the bloodsucking industry...

    Well, if software can be hacked, so can hardware... because hardware too has its own software... it will just takes a different hacker to achieve the results.

    The digital world has become a double edged sword. No one complained when they started earning thousands of percents on revenues. But now the wheel is turned and they are only earning tens of percents, the greedy are complaining. Well, the same weapon that giveth the same weapon taketh. So, it's only natural. And as it should be.

    Digital piracy is the counterpart and balance of corporate privacy. Without it, you'd never see the prices of music or movie discs going down, only up. Does it sound reasonable that a music disc should cost 20 dollars? If it cost 5 dollars, far far more people would buy it. Very simple math.

    Mrk
     
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