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Our presentation explains why cryptographers don't believe that DRM works, points out how DRM can infringe on the user's legal rights over a copyright work (such as fair use and quotation), and warns how it places security researchers at legal risk as well as making standardization more difficult. It doesn't even help to preserve the value of copyright works, since DRM-protected works and devices are less valued by users. There's No DRM in JPEG—Let's Keep It That Way [eff.org]
Bad idea, means one vendor will have a hold over all these images, will cause huge interoperability problems...
Aparently there is already a way to stop people from copying your images