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dixiedixie

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Hi, what about DRM - removing soft like this one -Link Removed ? I'm sure if I purchase DRM'ed songs and use this tool then I see no problem with legality!!!
The history has shown us that the DRM technologies are becoming more and more restrictive and are taking away users' freedoms at an alarming rate! The customer who pays his bucks has the right of making backup copies or transferring from one format to another when he purchases iTunes music for example. So...?
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warriorscot

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Im afraid due to out ToS discussions like this arent allowed we all hate DRM but its illegal to bypass it and therefore against our rules to discuss and help with removing it. You also seem to either be plugging software or out to start arguments.

If you have a problem contact the mod/admin team.
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