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DRM software fights amongst themselves - DRM software fights amongst themselves
Wed, April 05 2006 | 4:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?

LCD monitor prices are set to fall which is good news for consumers! Interested in Quad SLI? Well XFX branded cards are now in stock in the UK. Doesn't this just make your blood boil? DRM companies can't get along and the user is the loser.

According to CDR Info, it seems that Suncomm and Starforce, two DRM offerings, don't get along. Violently. I could say that it is a surprise, but it really isn't, I am just surprised that it took this long. DRM works on the principle of undocumented hacks to the system that actively punish lawful users. Now that they are fighting, it appears that no one is willing to step up and talk about it.


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