MP3s to get DRM?

According to cNet and MacCentral, a French firm – Thomson – has develop Digital Rights Management (DRM) technology for MP3s, perhaps the most ubiquitous form of music on the Net. Apple uses Fairplay technology; Microsoft has DRM built into its Windows Media Player software.

Links:
MacCentral (2 Mar); Baltimore Sun (from LA Times – 1 Mar); cNet (1 Mar); Apple’s Fairplay (cNet), Microsoft DRM, Thomson

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