btw I really dislike DRM on physical or multiuse media like dvds cds or ebooks not because I dont want the distributer to protect stuff but mostly because drm tends to break or get old and thus making it impossible to use the content you bought, but i dont see the problem for streaming services that are a one off by definition
I quite agree with the aging problem. Big corporate copyright policy tends to undermine historical interest. There is /still/ a great deal of cultural material from WWII which is locked up in archives where nobody can reach it. If I had my way, published works which are no longer available from the publisher/licensee at a reasonable price would automatically become public domain.
There's also an accessibility problem. If you use some sort of technical means to work around blindness, deafness, or similar, I'll bet DRM makes your life unnecessarily hard.