I don't know if this will work, but I'm going to send a FOIA request to the USPS on any documents concerning Outbox. If enough of us do that maybe we could get some answers. Anyone like this idea? Also, does Outbox have a corporate address still?
The problem is most people don't realize that DRM is an issue until it is too late. They find out the minute before that critical presentation or are in a deathmatch playing online and they get kicked off. We are the cliche frogs in the pot of water that is starting to boil.
I'm trying to compile a list of media and the companies that provide it and the location limitations they put on it. Such as not being to access Netflix out of the country or as above not being able to get your ebooks in Singapore. Anyone know if such a list exists?
Is there any new information from Kathy Wolfe and Wolfe Video's claims about how much they are spending fighting "infringement". I wish there was some more open dialog with the small production companies about these issues and how they can more effectively build their business models.
Did she ever get back to the author on this with more information? I think if she got into a dialogue with the community she could be helped to find a better alternative than paying so much to take down infringing content.