LawGeek points out that Apple has changed the licensing terms for tracks purchased from the iTunes Music Store, reducing the number of times the same playlist can be be burned to CD, and has added code to detect trivially different playlists and include them in the count as well. This doesn’t really affect me, but it underscores a larger point, which is that when you purchase copyrighted material protected by DRM, you submit to the whims of the DRM provider, and usually the terms can be changed without your having any say in it at all. That’s why I hate DRM — it changes what the term “ownership” means fundamentally.