Re: CC Non-waivable Compulsory License Scheme
On 9/16/07, Olive <email@example.com> wrote:
> But why someone will want to do that? To put DRM and at the same time to
> provide someone with the possibility of bypassing them seems absurd.
> Could you give a /realistic/ example of a comportment that you think
> should be allowed and is nevertheless restricted.
There are issues with certain devices (e.g. game consoles, some media
players) that will only play files in their proprietary DRM-encumbered
format. So, parallel distribution would give recipients one copy they
could play on their DRM-using player, and one copy they could edit on
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