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... allow you to download once, but back the stuff up as many times as you want, but you are unable to make it in an open format which means, the music or video will only be able to be opened with itunes, or on your ipod. If the end user forgets to back up the media, and the computer crashes. You will lose everything, and they will not allow you to re download lost content for any reason. I've heard about people losing hours of music! They will not offer you any free music or any compensation. As DRM gets rolling with purchases online, We will eventually become a rental society, and businesses will be able to take our basic ownership rights away. Did you forget that when they close up shop they won't have to refund our money when the product(s) stop working?
Sources cited "Amazon.com: Spore: PC: Windows XP: Video Games." Amazon.com. 10 Mar. 2009 .
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