It's not like politicians or lawyers give a crap about the minority. The RIAA has already sued their customers for using Kazaa (with a few errors...) so what's going to stop them from alienating Linux/Mac users? Either way, if they would drop the DRM it would lower production costs and not accuse the customer of wrongdoing. Now they just need to drop the piracy inflation on CDs... Universal lowered a bit, I believe.
Originally posted by Salem
And if windows isn't your OS, what do you do then?