Originally posted by Him I was reading an article, and it mentioned DRM limits on mp3's, and in the context that it used it it led me to believe that this is some sort of copyright that allows you to play a song only a select few times. Is this the case? If so, there is this song that I love, and whenever I aquire a copy of it, it only plays once and then never again. I can even burn it to a cd and nothing. Is this because of the DRM limits?
I just read the article. it seems you misconstrued what they said.
Originally posted by Wired Magazine Music lovers hate DRM limits on their MP3s because they expect their music to behave like a piece of property - something they can own forever and transfer from device to device.
they were saying that people, hate it if is was implement on mp3, not that it was actually implemented. it is implemented on wma though
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