|Quoting Klaus (Reply 1):|
It's high time that the DRM principle itself got a thorough examination.
Content owner interests are justified up to a point, but fair use interests of the consumer are justified as well.
|Quoting Pope (Reply 4):|
Aren't you buying one thing and then complaining that you wanted another?
|Quoting Thom@s (Reply 7):|
There is much more money to lose in Germany and France.
|Quoting Adh214 (Reply 8):|
True, but there are also a lot of iTunes users in France and Germany that would likely tell their government to ease up if Apple cut them off.
|Quoting ANother (Reply 10):|
Does Gillette have to make their blades usable in Schick razors?
|Quoting Tmatt95 (Reply 9):|
I think the comsumers will see the logic in the arguments for opening the format up
|Quoting Adh214 (Reply 12):|
If Apple wants to open the format that is their choice and should not be thurst upon them by a European regulator.