I didn't know who Georg Greve was 10 minutes ago, but I love him. There's a great story on ZDNet about the suggestion made by a RealNetworks VP that Linux needed to adopt DRM or risk being excluded from the consumer market. Here's a great quote:
"So fortunately, it is up to the consumer to decide what the consumer market wants. And its answer is clear: It does not want DRM!" he (Greve) said. "The sooner we bury the foolish notion of putting each and every use of a computer under control of the media industry, the sooner we can start looking for real alternatives."