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iTunes Hacks: Hacking as a Tactic in the Digital Rights Movement

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This chapter contains sections titled: The iTMS and the iTunes Client, The iTunes EULA and Its Technological Enforcement, Enforcing the EULA: FairPlay, Early Circumventions: Dissention among the Faithful, iTunes for Windows and QTFairUse: The First Volley, The VideoLan Client and drms.c: Escalation, Part 1, PlayFair: Escalation, Part 2, A Software Bloom: Code War Momentum, Conclusion