Why DRM won't work and why music education does

by Jason Gross

6 September 2007

 

Excellent article by Cory Doctorow in the Guardian explaining why DRM can literally never be foolproof and can always be defeated. Also worth noting is this wonderful article in the Boston Globe by Ellen Winner and Lois Hetland about why arts education is so important and why it’s not for the reasons that you think.

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