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 Jun 11, 2007 - 09:17 AM - by Michael
* Apple & DRM vs World

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Gulf News looks at Apple's latest attempt to inflict DRM on consumers without their knowledge:

One day. That's how long it took iTunes users to dismantle Apple's latest attempt to enforce Digital Rights Management (DRM) software.
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iTunes users refused to take the "bug", as Apple labelled it, laying down. Within 24 hours, websites that gave full instructions on how to "fix" the problem on OSX, XP, and Vista began to appear. It's hard to find that kind of technical support from anyone today, let along pirates.

 

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