I thought that the FA made all this clear.
I don't care about how you want to listen to music or watch TV.
I care that DRM comes with laws that make it illegal to report vulnerabilities, and that this means that DRM technologies are long-lived reservoirs of vulns that can be exploited by spies, creeps, and identity thieves.
I care that DRM treats its owner as an untrusted adversary, so DRM-crippled media can't be played on free software, endangering its use in the field.
How people while away the dismal hours between cradle and grave are their own business. The corruption of the electronic nervous system of the 21st century is all our business.