A friend of mine asked for my help in a very odd situation. He is in Australia for work and he wanted to purchase the Rodriquez Rocks Live Australia which to my understanding is only available digitally in Australia itunes. So, he had a a coworker purchase it and thought he would then move it over to his computer. Turns out the files have DRM on them and then this happened. They were purchased through Apple Music and not the iTunes Store. They do not respond to conversion or allow to being ripped to CD for importation, even on the person who purchased them's laptop. These are the two ways that are customarily used to remove DRM from files you have purchased and use them on your own devices. What can he do? I looked around for a way to strip the DRM (they are his files), but all software is linked to itunes and cannot remove DRM on its own. The young people he is working with (as a side note) really have no thought or idea about why someone would want to "own" music, they only stream these days.