SHELLY: So the problem is that a publisher in the US isn’t using DRM, and the publisher in the UK wants to force them to start using it again.
ALICE: That’s right, and it’s complicated by the fact that there are no legal options to pursue. The US publisher is completely within its rights to not use DRM.
FRANK: So we need to find a way to discourage this company from doing something it’s completely within its legal rights to do.
ALICE: Yes. Good summary.
SHELLY: We’ll have to start a DRM vs. Piracy misinformation campaign…
SKIP: … and couple it with spreading innuendo about some key players in the debate…
FRANK: … and of course throw in some sweeping, vague legal threats that have no actual legal foundation, but sound impressively grim.
SHELLY: This is going to be so much fun!