Originally Posted by gradinaruvasile
... as long it is in private. So, you cannot use for something that "is not in private". That is a restriction i am talking about.
May not be an EULA per se but there are laws that regulate this stuff.
The very reson of existence of DRM is to regulate content playing. By definition regulation is restriction of something.
No, because DRM prohibits you from doing things in private that you have every consumer right to:
A digital full copy for playback in any other device you like, for playback in your second vacation home, for backup purposes because you young kid may break it (your dog bite it) etc.