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Submitted by bfrye26 622d ago | opinion piece

Microsoft Reversing DRM and What That Means for Comsumers

Sometimes The People Do Have A Voice After All.

In a move that is both shocking in its scope, and baffling in its abruptness, Microsoft, after having spent the last month trying to educate the consumer about its new, strict, Digital Rights Management policies, has completely struck down nearly all of them. (E3, Microsoft, Xbox One)

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