FairUse4WM cracks Windows Media DRM, again

I just posted the article FairUse4WM cracks Windows Media DRM, again.

 Looks like the patch  Microsoft promised and later   provided, didn't last long! As reported earlier, FairUse4WM is a program     that can almost  instantaneously strip the...
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It makes you wonder. If they see a jump in subscriptions to their music service, will they see the connection between people wanting DRM-less music? Will they start thinking, ‘Maybe we should distribute the music without DRM, that’s what people want. Look they’re buying it more now that they can strip the DRM away.’ Now, how did that Lennon song go, " You can say i’m a dreamer…:slight_smile:

… but I’m not the only one. :d

Subscription = rental != sale. If people are keeping rented music, the record companies will be convinced they’re missing out on real sales. They’ll probably make more money because of this, but they’ll still cry foul. They expect people to both subscribe and purchase individual tracks.

…I hope someday you’ll join us :d