Law to outlaw music protected by proprietary DRM (such as iTunes)

The Congress have been considering a plan that would outlaw music protected by proprietary digital rights management (DRM) technology, such as Apple's FairPlay, which stops iTunes downloads being played on non-apple music players.

I am all for the free trade of information, so this could be a good thing. The only detriment I see is that Steve-O may have a harder time getting the record companies to open their catalogs to him without any type of copy protection. This should be interesting to watch...

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