Legal or not... It's still supposed to be "FAIR USE". The RIAA, MPAA, NMPA, MPA... These guys are archaic and need to get a life. Their revenue model has shifted from the entertainment industry to the litigation industry.
Yes. A pet peeve of mine.
You can find more information about that program at Hydrogen Audio
. It's somewhere in the forums.
And there's no real point in trying to protect audio or video as it can ALWAYS be ripped.
It would be better if the RIAA, MPAA, NMPA, MPA, etc... all tried to deal with their CUSTOMERS in GOOD FAITH. They don't.