Comment 3270

By km (anonymous) | Posted January 29, 2007 at 18:14:58

If you want to burn the music you purchased onto a CD so you can play it in your car, you'll need to strip the copy-protection mechanisms from it, a time-consuming process that is challenging for most people.

I'm afraid I must call BS. iTunes software lets you select songs, albums, playlists, etc. and then click "Burn" and your selections are burned to a CD, sans the FairPlay DRM. What kind of people are you hanging out with that would find this too challenging? My mother can do this (and in fact does).

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