|The Free Culture Foundation, along with a coalition of 26 Internet freedom organizations, has signed a letter to the W3C urging them to reject Encrypted Media Extensions, a proposal to build Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) into the Web.
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The mission of the Free Culture Foundation is to undo the exploitation enabled by private ownership of technology, media, and communication networks.
A handful of myths have become common defenses of the W3C’s plan for “Encrypted Media Extensions” (EME), a Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) scheme for HTML5,… Read More »
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