Microsoft Exec Rob Bennett defends DRM decision

Rob Bennett knew people were going to be angry. Bennett is the Microsoft executive who notified former customers of the now defunct MSN Music service on Tuesday that the company would no longer issue DRM keys for their songs after August 31. This means that, while former customers can listen to their music on authorized […]

Rob Bennett knew people were going to be angry. Bennett is the Microsoft executive who notified former customers of the now defunct MSN Music service on Tuesday that the company would no longer issue DRM keys for their songs after August 31. This means that, while former customers can listen to their music on authorized computers for as long as the hardware lasts, they won't be able to transfer songs to a new PC after that deadline.

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Microsoft, MSN, DRM, MSN Music

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