By reading about Digital Rights Management (DRM) - I think NAPSTER falls within that category. They charge a monthly fee to "rent" the music and the walkman, or ipod needs to be physically plugged in and logged onto NAPSTER once a month to "phone home." Without checking in once a month, the music downloaded on the device is null and void and does not work. Folks using NAPSTER have the same potential of losing their music as the people with Yahoo Music did. explain© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 3, 2020, 11:00 pm ad1c9bdddf
I totally agree. DRM is designed to ensure that 1 copy of 1 song is listened to by 1 user. Or video/movie,etc. You have to think, for a moment, about what ...
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