Monday, October 30, 2006

I'm on the fence. DRM (Digital Rights Management) doesn't seem to be the monster that everyone is making out to be. Sure the have been bug's and even some screw-ups with some DRM sofware, but all software has some bug or glitch when first deployed.

I don't see why those who oppose DRM do so. The DRM opposition hasn't made a strong case. They simply state "DRM is wrong". Why is it wrong to protect the rights to your creative works? From the beggining of civilizaton artist would use their creative imagination to produce timeless works of art and get paid for it. Many aritsts support thier families using their creativity and talent. Artist at every level should be able to get paid for thier work. If some data can be embedded into the work, whereby preventing someone from stealing that work, I'm definately down for it.

At this point, I'm waiting for a DRM supporter to give me vaild reasons why DRM is as evil as it's sometimes made to seem.


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