Mobile DRM

New to mobiles? Take a look at the M-Services Phase II Evolution PDF. Lovely titbits.

Section 5.1 Digital Rights Management (DRM) Policy

Digital Rights Management is a MUST in future devices.

My tip for Nokia today is if you want to clamber back market share, make a phone which just works. One where I can channel content such as ringtones and images wherever I please. Otherwise you’re just going to piss me off, and when a device comes on the market which is DRM free I will snap it up.

Who is going to lose right now? All those businesses based on ringtones and little images. What a loss.

DRM discussion is happening with PCs, but it looks like they are quite successful in slipping it into mobiles.

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