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[dvd-discuss] Discourse on DRMs - Responsibilities, Requirements, Ramblings

'Twas brillig when Michael A Rolenz scrobe:
> Consider then, that unlike ARM, DRMs act as a proxy for the publisher 
> (NOT the copyright holder as has been pointed out earlier in this 
> list). Each time I access something with a DRM, some form of remote 
> authentication occurs. The publisher using a DRM must ensure that for 
> those "authorized", access cannot be revoked (This is personal 
> property. Not rental or pay for view) regardless of the condition of 
> the work. Again ...how long...until copyright runs out?

So, I guess the acronym DRM *really* stands for Digital Rights 
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