Down With DRM Video Contest Winners Announced!

Digg! is pleased to announce the contest winners for our Down With DRM video contest. We had a lot of great entries, and want to thank *all* of the participants for their submissions. They’ve all contributed greatly to raising awareness in the fight against DRM.

And the winners are (in no particular order):

Real World DRM by adcBicycle and team
CC License: BY-SA

Available on: YouTube,

Legally Bound by Ami Goff
CC License: BY-SA

Available on: YouTube, Revver

Interchangeability by R. Clayton Miller
CC License: BY-SA

Available on: YouTube, Mpeg4

Anti-DRM Animations by Daniel Oeffinger
CC License: BY-SA

Available on: YouTube, Quicktime Format

Available on: YouTube, Quicktime Format

Trusted Computing by Benjamn Stephan and Lutz Vogel (Lafkon)
CC License: Sampling Plus

Available on: YouTube,

The winners will all receive a Neuros OSD digital video recorder. Thanks again to Neuros for providing our wonderful prize and to Defective By Design for the support!

So check out the videos, rate them, and send them to your friends to help put an end to DRM.

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  1. Very Very nice videos. I hate DRM but when trying to explain to my friends with few words not all of them can understand what I’m talking about. But images can be simpler and meaningful for many of them… thanks to those people who have realized the videos…
    hope you can understand my English, it isn’t wery good ;o)
    Best regards

  2. Big thank’s for sharing this information. Congrats to all the winners.


  3. Congratulations to all winners

    Great videos

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