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In my opinion, it’s not acceptable for consumers to have different terms of use for content playback on particular platforms (case in point: digital music and video services who implement proprietary Apple and Microsoft based DRM technologies). In other words, we need an updated version, and […]

In my opinion, it’s not acceptable for consumers to have different terms of use for content playback on particular platforms (case in point: digital music and video services who implement proprietary Apple and Microsoft based DRM technologies). In other words, we need an updated version, and a set standard, for “fair use” in the digital age that clearly states the rights of both consumers and producers in regard to DRM protected digital media. Alexander Grundner

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