Microsoft Answers Questions About its Attempt to Resurrect Music DRM

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Antilogic81

Those third party providers must have one hell of a pitch...cause it makes big companies make idiotic decisions and despite themselves they won't let it go...*cough* EA.

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atomaweapon

why would there be "interest from consumers" for drm laden music tracks on my friggin phone?

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gatorXXX

Exactly! I don't know of one consumer that would say.....WOW, i want that song! But I only want it to play on my phone and not on my computer! Thank goodness for DRM for making this happen!!

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nduanetesh

I feel like this is the second half of a story, and I didn't get to read the first half.  Of course, I guess I could be proactive (that one was for you, Will!) and look up the first part myself (such as: what Microsoft DRM music scheme are we talking about here?) but normally that stuff is included in the article.  

 

Guess I'm just feeling lazy. 

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ProtoJMB

I scour the website daily and I don't even know what Andy is talking about. = (

At any rate it's just a can of FAIL, because I already load DRM free music onto my Motorola Q Global. So I don't get what MS is trying to do here.

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Zeroblizzard

'Nuff said.

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gatorXXX

MICROSHAFT.......nuff said.

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