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Old 02-06-06, 05:41 PM Thread Starter   #1
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I have some DRM questions


I was reading this Thread LINK and found this interesting
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It allows people to physically look at, modify, and delete your files, shut down you computer, and watch what you're doing.
what exactly can they see? my main thing is that i have napster for free from my school. we can download all we want but the catch is the music has drm on it. can napster or anyone else see what is on my computer?

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So it would seem.

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thats why smart people use bittorrent

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