Screen capture

Discussion in 'iMac' started by joerotorhead, Oct 16, 2012.

  1. joerotorhead macrumors newbie

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    I just found out that apple began enforcing DRM on OS X Lion and can now restrict screen captures in their own applications such as DVD Player, iTunes or QuickTime Player. Since when is it Apples job to decide what I do with my mac? Legal or not it is not the job of apple to decide for me what I may copy or what DVD's I may burn or capture. A big Middle finger goes out to apple for this one. Your not big brother. I paid good money for my Mac and I WILL DECIDE HOW TO USE IT. Besides, jerkoffs, it only takes a few minutes to download a way around it so why bother? MIND YOUR OWN ****** BUISNESS!
     
  2. simsaladimbamba

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    It also happens in earlier versions of Mac OS X and DRM protected content, and seriously, do you think Apple comes here and reads this?
    If you want to leave feedback with Apple, go to www.apple.com/feedback.
     
  3. One Still Sheep macrumors member

    One Still Sheep

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    Actually, I think Apple takes their "Big Brother" model of business fairly seriously.
     

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