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Thursday, May 05, 2005

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Peter Coffee

Can a DRM scheme have reasonable motivations, and can it strike an acceptable balance between strength and convenience? Sure. Is the need for DRM commonly invoked by people with other motives, and with less concern for the "fair use" traditions of copyright law? That's at least as certain. And that's what "stalking horse" means.

- Peter Coffee, eWEEK

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