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Re: DRM in debian?

On Wednesday 09 March 2005 09:30, Seeker5528 wrote:

> On Mon, 07 Mar 2005 20:52:17 +1100
> Darryl Luff <darryl@snakegully.nu> wrote:
>> Isn't DRM only relevant in the US? And Australia which seems to have
>> become a US state as far as DRM and software patents are concerned.
>> Other countries have no requirement to honour any DRM rules. So
> wouldn't
>> the best solution be to have a version that ignores DRM restrictions
> in
>> "non-US"?
> DRM is relevant everywhere, it has it's good uses as well as it's bad.

I disagree with "good uses".  DRM is inherently about removing the
user's control over his own equipment (computer, DVD player, etc.).

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