Fra: Michael S. Lorrey
>Actually, no. If the file is encrypted such that each successive play
>new key to decrypt, which must be downloaded from the recording company's
>keyserver on a pay per play basis (i.e. no key can be used twice on the
>downloaded file), then you have a very secure file format.
Well I will then write a small app that reads the values sent to /dev/audio
and will have a perfect copy from there ... If it is output digital anywhere
without the key, it can be copied.
I can even wire up another computer and just record it with that. very small
loss in quality.
Max M Rasmussen, Denmark
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