Last year's angry consumer backlash over Spore's intrusive DRM apparently convinced the suits at Electronic Arts that they had made a mess of things.
Edge Online reports that the publisher is now offering a software tool which can be used by PC gamers to remove authorization limits. This will allow computer games to be re-installed or moved to other PCs without limitation.
In addition to the bad press, the Spore DRM situation spawned at least one class action lawsuit against EA.
Download EA's De-authorization Management Tool (DMT) here.