No. The DRM is defeated when you burn to AIFF files on a CD. Then you  
can rip and play them on any player. Why should Apple license their  
DRM to anyone else?
Taylor Barcroft
New Media Publisher, Editor, Video Journalist, Podcaster, Futurecaster
Santa Cruz CA, Beach of the Silicon Valley
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On Mar 22, 2006, at 10:01 AM, Andy Armstrong wrote:

> On 22 Mar 2006, at 17:54, Kunga wrote:
>> Is it just me? I don't quite get what France is trying to do. You can
>> burn songs you download from the iTunes Store to a CD and then rip
>> for any player. So why are they claiming that Apple's Store and the
>> iPod are a closed system?
> They're a closed system because they supply DRM crippled audio using
> a system that they won't licence to anyone else. So once you've
> bought your music you're limited to their players.

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