Music is barenaked -- of DRM

A Globe and Mail BLOG article by Mathew Ingram includes:

The Barenaked Ladies may be known for their whimsical pop songs, but the group is dead serious about the evils of "digital rights management" -- the copy-protection standard used by Microsoft, iTunes and other online music stores to control their content. Not only has singer Steven Page spoken out on the issue, but the band was also one of the founding members of the Canadian Music Creators' Coalition (CMCC), a group that is trying to counter the lobbying by large foreign record companies when it comes to copyright legislation.