It usually takes the RIAA and their major label clown buddies about half a decade to get a memo, this time it only took a couple of years. While anyone with a mind knows this happened the day iTunes dropped DRM, the mouth breathers over at the stalled think tanks of the RIAA need time to admit their failures. TorrentFreak is reporting that the declaration has been made by the RIAA’s spokesperson.
“Jonathan Lamy, chief spokesperson for the RIAA declared DRM dead, when
he was asked about the RIAA’s view on DRM for an upcoming SCMagazine
article. “DRM is dead, isn’t it?” Lamy said, referring to the DRM-less
iTunes store and other online outfits that now offer music without
For more check out TorrentFreak.