I have a confession. First of all, I need to take a break from the second book that I’m working on. Second, Quantum Disclosure was originally published in March. After a week of it being live (I hadn’t really done any marketing yet), a friend of mine notified me that I may want to have a look at the preview of the Book on Amazon. I was appalled to find that what I uploaded was not what I intended the public to see.
DRM – Digital Rights Management. We’ve all encountered it, right? In some form or another, this method of protection is an excellent idea. However, it just doesn’t work ; it can’t. Any time a mode of protection is applied to any medium (DVD’s, CD’s, Floppy Disks, files etc.) there is going to be a method to remove it or get around it. The only effective type of protection that I can think of at the moment would be code-based protection installed inside software (you know the xxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxx-xxxxx type code that you enter when installing something? Then you have to ‘register’ online via server.) Some of the newer games that are designed to require a persistent server connection to even play the game is a good form of protection, but at what cost?. Oh well. Now we are getting into entire software package protection and that’s not really what this is about.