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DRM: We Explore The Controversy Spawned By Spore

Ushered in with the recent release of Will Wright's Spore, the term DRM has entered a renaissance of popularity. Splashed across both digital and print headlines, it seems that everyone is sharing their thoughts on the digital rights management process.

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Yi-Long3428d ago

... when I BUY something, I wanna be able to play it as much as I want. So if it's a game, I want to be able to install it as much as I want. If it's a movie, I wanna be able to watch it as much as I want. If it's a song, I wanna be able to listen to it as much as I want, on the player that I want.

It's that easy.

...and when there's DRM forced onto my potential purchase which works against that simple 'demand', I just wont BUY it. Cause that would just be a 'rental'.