Big labels are f*cked, and DRM is dead - Peter Jenner

This interview of Peter Jenner by The Register talks about how the future is bright for "everyone else" but the major labels, where blanket licensing schemes will replace unit-sales (and replace DRM).

Few people know the music industry better than Peter Jenner. Pink Floyd's first manager, who subsequently managed Syd Barrett's solo career, Jenner has also looked after T.Rex, The Clash, Ian Dury, Disposable Heroes and Billy Bragg - who he manages today. He's also secretary general of the International Music Managers Forum.

Obvious question: If the big 4 major labels don't believe in DRM any more, why is CRIA and the USPTO still pushing for the legalization and legal protection of DRM in Canada?