Where's Apple's Tivo Outrage?

In this case, the principle isn't the thing. The content is.
Peter Burrows

When Real Networks unveiled software to let its customers play songs purchased from Real on the iPod in mid-2004, Apple quickly protested. "We are stunned that RealNetworks has adopted the tactics and ethics of a hacker to break into the iPod, and we are investigating the implications of their actions under the DMCA and other laws," Apple said in a statement.

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