“Apple’s iMovie can be used to strip the FairPlay digital rights management protection (DRM) on iTunes songs, according to a report by German news site Macnews.de. The site reports that Apple’s own video tool can be used to create unprotected song files that be played on any computer without recompression, circumventing iTunes’ DRM protection,” MacNN.com reports.
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MacDailyNews Take: Whoops! We tested the method with a song purchased from Apple’s iTunes Music Store and created an unprotected AIFF file that sounded great. Then we trashed it. Don’t steal music.