REMOVING DRM LEGALLY

16. February 2007, 14:36 | by WD Milner | Full Article | Comments

Many on-line suppliers of music embedd DRM technology in their product which limits where you can play the content, and how often. Stripping this technology out of the content files by “cracking” the encryption is illegal in many places (notably the United States of America). One can often acheive the same ends in a legal manner by using the following procedure:

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