[d at DCC] Identifying Corrupt Media and Tools

Richard Pitt richard at pacdat.net
Sat Dec 21 19:36:24 UTC 2002

Well, the obvious ones are DVD players with their region code
restrictions and MS Player with its DRM that kills non-complying CD
ripping tools for example.


On Sat, 2002-12-21 at 11:04, Seth Johnson wrote:
> I got a request from a member of the C-FIT Community list,
> asking for information on identifying corrupt tools and
> media.  The problem being how does one check whether a piece
> of hardware has DRM in it or in any way restricts one's
> freedoms -- preferably before buying it?
> Thought I'd start by asking if any of you have specific
> pointers or ideas.
> Seth Johnson
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