@Ehardy18 It's just crappy encryption that's illegal to break. Literally nothing about it is well thought out.
@Ehardy18 Well, people have to make money with something.
@megriffin I used to be cool with DRM, but then i noticed that it only really serves to inconvenience and control money-paying customers. because the DRM usually gets cracked anyways by people who didnt plan on buying the game in the first place.
@Ehardy18 Here's some of my own recommendations:
* https://kino.social/ - A curated selection from the Internet Archive.
* Man From Earth https://manfromearth.com/mfe/
* The Blender Open Movies https://cloud.blender.org/open-projects (shorts)
* Magus Elgar https://maguselgar.com/ (audio comedy)
* https://www.thisisnotaconspiracytheory.com/ & https://www.everythingisaremix.info/ (nonfiction)
Any other DRM-free movies for me to check out?
@Ehardy18 DRM can only exist in proprietary software so pushing for free software includes pushing against DRM as well, by definition.
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