It doesn't really matter. If there is no DRM, the content creators/distributors will not be as willing to release on the affected platforms, limiting choice. It's only when the DRM is "catastrophically" broken do they pay attention.
The greater danger to America is pathetic nonsense like yours. Your sig is fantastically hilarious in this context. I'm sure you think you're doing the right thing, but you just haven't put the leg-work in to figure out your current path is pure nonsense - lazy, lazy thinking.
The rise in nationalism is more to do with sloppy, lazy logic like yours than any inherent qualities of specific immigrants. It's easier to point the finger of blame at conspicuous immigrants than it is to admit you might be part of the problem. I don't want to Godwin, so I won't draw any comparisons, regardless of how chillingly accurate they are.
Nonsense. If it's in the public domain then anyone can find a reason to locate, digitize, restore, and monetize a film, as everyone has the right to do so. By stopping the film from being public domain we have to trust the sole rights holder has the desire, which clearly isn't always the case.
You are confusing "politically incorrect" with "factually incorrect". The source is a bad source to draw conclusions from because of its unabashed biases. Ignoring it does not magically imply that the opposite of what it states is the truth. You'd have to be some special kind of nuts to think that...
You're not really helping your Libertarian cause by spouting a bunch of nonsense while proudly claiming to be a Libertarian. Either you're a terrible example of a Libertarian, or all Libertarians are idiots. Pick one, please:)