Hello! This room needs a good post after three years.
If the room wasn't networked it would have auto-deleted by now. It might be argued that consumers actually won the DRM war, at least when it comes to recorded music. Most of the big stores are now DRM-free, and all of them sell individual tracks in addition to entire albums.
Other areas, maybe not so much. The MPAA are still at large. It seems to be a smaller issue though because most people don't want to carry around a thousand movies and move them from device to device. And although I personally don't believe in copyright, it doesn't bother me a whole lot to pay $3 or $4 to Google or Verizon to rent a movie.