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 How to hack iTunes
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Message Text: The Norwegian programmer who distributed the first widely used tool for cracking the copy protection technology found on DVDs has turned his attention to Apple Computer's iTunes, reports CNet.

Late last week, programmer Jon Johansen posted a small program called QTFairUse to his Web site, with little instruction and even less explanation. But during the next few days, it became clear that the program served as a demonstration of how to evade, if not exactly break, the anti-copying technology wrapped around the songs sold by Apple in its iTunes store.
 
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