Apple's Safari web browser prevents you from taking a screenshot of DRM (Digital Rights Management) content, such as Netflix movies, by blacking out that part of screen (when taking screenshot) which has the movie (as seen the the screenshot).
This is done in order to prevent piracy, and I get it.
However, my question is if Apple doesn't actually infringe any rights here? Because, for example, can't I opt to take a screenshot of a movie, to use it in a blog post? I believe Apple is infringing some right of the user here.