Starts by illustrating how DRM penalizes only legitimate customers:
The marketing people babble on about how Digital Rights Management “enhances” your “enjoyment” of a product. But what copy control really does is make ripped-off stuff better than the legal version.
Then transitions to a call to action, by apathy toward DRM-laden products.
Copy control encourages contempt for your customer. It’s not as if you’d force this garbage on people you respected, after all. And contempt for your customer, in turn, encourages more copy control - because you can’t trust those animals!
Excellent article by Dan Rutter (Dan’s Data).