TechCrunch is reporting that YouTube is now muting users videos that use a copyrighted audio track. YouTube has been testing out various ways of detecting copyrighted videos, the company has been fingerprinting audio tracks and...
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Macnews.de is reporting that iTunes copyright protection can be removed by using iMovie. "Apple's iMovie can be used to strip the FairPlay digital rights management protection (DRM) on iTunes songs, according to...