World Wide Web Consortium: Web DRM, With No Compromises

The World Wide Web continues to suffer under the endless tinkering and social engineering of various bodies and companies. From Facebook, Twitter, etc. monitoring content, to the latest news that the W3C standards body is signaling it's intention to go ahead and publish a DRM "solution" for web video.
...the W3C announced that it would publish its DRM standard with no protections and no compromises at all, stating that W3C Director Tim Berners-Lee had concluded that the objections raised "had already been addressed" or that they were "overruled."
So there.

Electronic Frontier Foundation
 

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