I never learn! Microsoft’s Facockta Digital Rights Management is a joke! DRM failed for me on Yahoo! Music at least six times over two months and, this morning, DRM failed again on Real’s Rhapsody music service after less than two weeks!
If you subscribe to any of these awful “download to your music player” music services, you know the nightmare of this URL…
…when you fire up your music software to groove to some tunes.
That Facockta URL is the Facockta Blue Screen of Death
for music lovers and if you think ANYONE has the guts or patience to
even TRY to go through those Facockta steps to restore your Facockta
DRM license, think again: IT DOESN’T WORK! I’ve
tried it. I’ve cried over it. I know.
The second I saw a message
about my Rhapsody Music DRM license being corrupt was the second I
picked up the phone and cancelled my service. I hate Real for not
letting us cancel online. I hate calling Real and speaking to someone
who does not speak English well and who harasses you into trying to get
you to change your mind. I did, however, glow a bit when five minutes
later this email showed up in my inbox:
This email confirms the cancellation of your Rhapsody
subscription. You will no longer be billed for this subscription plan
and your service will terminate at the end of your current billing
Die DRM DIE!
Buy your music! Don’t rent it! You’ll always regret renting. Digital Rights Management doesn’t Facockta work!