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How to kill the DRM in your old iTunes purchases in 4 easy steps


Less than a decade ago, digital rights management (DRM) debates were as common and heated as online privacy debates are today. Apple’s iTunes was, of course, the biggest digital music distribution center that utilized DRM, but in 2009 Apple finally caved and ditched its digital file-protection solution. But what about all the music people purchased before 2009 that is digitally locked to just a few devices? As it turns out, dumping the DRM on your old iTunes purchases is remarkably easy. Sometimes solutions are so simple and obvious that we don’t even consider them, and that may be the case if you’ve been wondering how to remove the DRM from old iTunes purchases to ensure they can be played freely

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