Sigh. DRM is difficult to fight against, but it's the knot that needs to unravel for the cause of software freedom.
Most people don't care & end up supporting it. If we pay to see what everyone's talking about, we get counted as supporting it. If we don't pay & instead "pirate" it, worse they'll turn around and say "see, this is why we need DRM!".
What we really need to do is support artists to say "see, DRM is totally unnecessary to make a profit" by supporting indie artists.
There's a couple of issues currently with supporting indie entertainment, at least when it comes to video & audio fiction.
One is that Hollywood are experts at harnessing peer pressure. Another is finding those alternatives, which is something I'm attempting to address at https://adrian.geek.nz/movies.html .
But the fragmentation of streaming services could be an opportunity for us...
how can fragmentation be an opportunity for us ?
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