DRM Is Usless; Content Companies Should Give Up
from the so-they-say dept
Not quite the type of study you would expect to come out of Microsoft, but they've apparently thought through the whole file sharing business to its logical conclusion, and realized that any type of digital rights management is futile. Eventually, people will always get around them, and content providers will be forced to open up their content anyway. The only real question is how much money they're going to waste on lawyers up until they realize that.