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Submitted by toguns 632d ago | opinion piece

Software Piracy and the DRM Spawned to Combat it

With SimCity on the horizon with an always online requirement to play it, it seems like a fantastic time to take look at the DRM techniques used in the last twenty years. Discussing what works, what doesn't and speculating on the future of DRM in the future of the entertainment industry. (Diablo III, EA, Industry, PC, SimCity, Tag Invalid, Ubisoft)

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