How to get out of iTunes DRM hell

iTunes logoPT’s How To Tuesday’s over at Engadget.com takes on Apple’s DRM (digital rights management) technology and explains how people are freeing up the music they have paid for.

The purpose of hymn is to allow you to exercise your fair-use rights under copyright law. It allows you to free your iTunes Music Store purchases from their DRM restrictions with no sound quality loss. These songs can then be played outside of the iTunes environment, even on operating systems not supported by iTunes. It works on Mac OS X, many unix(-ish) variants and on Windows.

More info on iTunes DRM from hell posted at LawGeek.

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