I know of no major DRM implementation that has not been quickly cracked - have you actually looked?
Posted Jun 17, 2009 7:05 UTC (Wed) by khim
In reply to: Over the top
Parent article: Okular, Debian, and copy restrictions
I know of no major DRM implementation that has not been quickly
cracked, and I strongly believe that the reason for this is that the concept
of DRM is technically flawed.
Have you actually tried to find such an implementation or are you living
in your own phantasy world? The very first DRM implementation designed with
help of cryptoanalysts - Cell - was
successfully used for working DRM protestion of PS3 titles. The
solution is on the market for 2.5 years, there are ove 20 millions players
and 100 millions disks, yet DRM is holding? Will it work forever? Probably
not - but then it has no need to: 20-30 years from now disks will deteriorate
and the fact that DRM will be broken will have no practical
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