Microsoft’s war waged with FairUse4WM

The press and blogosphere have recently been abuzz over programs that remove copyright protections technologies known as Digital Rights Management (DRM) from purchased or rented media files. These DRMs restrict a consumer’s use of the media – morality notwithstanding, they are the only thing preventing you from copying your music or video files onto all of your friends’ computers. DRM-stripping programs remove such restrictions from the file (and typically violate your terms of service agreement, Continue Reading →