News Gigabyte's Tool Fixes Alder Lake and DRM Issues On The Fly

kal326

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Ahhhh good old DRM protecting little impacting many. I wonder how long until a “right to continued use” will get any traction like right to repair. Granted a different case to right to repair as usually with software you usually don’t own anything other than a license to use it versus a tangible good.
As more and more things become useless or difficult to continue using there should he DMCA or applicable local exemptions to fix/remove broken DRM from abandoned software that devs no longer have interest, financial or otherwise, or ability to update.
 

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