Gizmodo Declares that DRM Is Dead as Sony Falls
Sony, the last major record label still encoding its songs with some type of DRM, has announced that it is finalizing plans to sell its music without DRM. That means you won’t have to authorize any device and that any song you buy can be played on any players you own.
Basically, it means that record companies aren’t going to treat legitimate customers like criminals. Why can’t publishers do the same?