Fighting the evils of DRM

"DRM
systems are usually broken in minutes, sometimes days. Rarely months.
It’s not because the people who think them up are stupid. It’s not
because the people who break them are smart. It’s not because there’s a
flaw in the algorithms. At the end of the day, all DRM systems share a
common vulnerability: they provide their attackers with ciphertext, the
cipher and the key. At this point, the secret isn’t a secret any more."

Read the article here:
http://www.bit-tech.net/bits/2006/02/27/cory_doctorow_interview/1.html

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