> Note that many CDs have some form of DRM on them.

I was under the impression that DRM'd CDs were flawed, and have largely
stopped being sold? (Not to mention the bad public reaction of people
using their pc as a hifi buying a cd only to find it not working!)


It's a few years old now but I remember reading about a new technique to
prevent computer games being copied. The code slowly degrades as the
files get copied. The first couple of copies work ok, but then the game
starts to break as the copies progress.


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