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Would you signup to a pay-site with DRM downloads?

Type: Content
Yes, doesn't bother me. 0% 0 Votes
Yes, if content kicks ass. 11% 7 Votes
No, too many restrictions. 83% 52 Votes
What's DRM? 6% 4 Votes

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63 Votes Total

Feb 4, 2007

Poll Replies (7)

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Msg # User Message Date

1

roseman (253) Of course not, DRM is annoying.
02-04-07  02:42am

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King (27) No way!!! I hope webmasters will read this poll. Sites should focus on providing new content on regular basis instead of protecting what they have. If someone want to spread it over P2P, he will anyway.
02-04-07  02:49pm

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DivBZero (13) DRM is a complete pain if you D/L on one system and play back on another. MAC users can also suffer with DRM in a Windows only environment. Basically the adult world has always been the forerunner in video technology - poorly thought out DRM takes it back so many steps.
02-04-07  02:51pm

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SnowDude (214) I joined a site that had it and nothing is worth that much trouble.
02-04-07  05:21pm

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Fowrzo (Disabled) Sometimes I visite great porn websites that offer a lot of good and quality content but as soon as they have DRM protected media, it turns me off completely.

Porn pay sites should not protect their movies with the DRM technology because in my opinion, it directly affects their profits as too many people don't like the fact that with DRM protection, they can't keep the movies they download on their hard disk. Also, if I'm not wrong, I think you have to be an "active" member (with a recurring account) to keep watching your DRM protected movies.

I don't know why they use DRM protection, perhaps they imagine people will renew their subscription every month just to get the benefit of being able to watch their movies as long as they want, but sincerely, as long as a pay site keeps updating his content on a regular basis, people will come back to get their hands on the new stuff a couple of months after their first subscription. In my case, that's what I do. I subscribed for a lot of pay sites and for some of them, I came back and subscribed again so I can get all the updates since the last time.

I tend to avoid DRM protection and streaming media.

02-04-07  11:21pm

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Drooler (218) The point of DRM was to protect the material from distribution beyond the site itself. But it makes no sense to have people who pay good money for it to eventually lose it, and it makes no sense for anyone to buy something they know they're not going to keep as long as they want without possibly paying even more. What a raw deal.

About the only half-good thing about DRM is that it has given sites that don't have it a selling point: "No DRM!" Whoopee!

04-15-07  08:12am

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Gazette Risque (55) This is a pretty good poll, might be a bit old but stil...

Anyway, DRM is something that will eventually fade away.

06-02-07  10:07am

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