I have a friend who says that linux can copy ANY cd protection because he says that the problem with windows is all in the drivers.
I argued that while this may have been true a while ago, that now using raw burning software on windows produces the same (or working) copies. I also argued that this was not the case with the newer forms of protection because the problem was that ANY cd rom drive/ burner would not be able to read the disk (the disk had parts that were either encoded or registered as errors with programs or little parts were missed entrely) and that newer protection also could not be burnt because drives physically cant write the data (except for a few).
Basically is what he was saying true? I think a while ago this may have been true, but if it was true now, i bet i would have heard about it!