2 Responses to Blog post: DRM and the Open Web

  1. Duncan Bayne says:

    (apologies for the double post – I’ve also posted this to the blog itself, as I’m a little unsure where the conversation is supposed to be taking place)

    “In building the Open Web, we do not equate “open” content with material that must be available free of charge.”

    But DRM, enabled by EME, will tie content to specific operating systems, browsers, and geographical locations. That is in opposition to several of the W3Cs clearly stated objectives. See this post:

    http://www.w3.org/QA/2013/05/perspectives_on_encrypted_medi.html#c4843118

    … for a deeper explanation of that assertion.

    • Wendy Seltzer says:

      Most of the conversation in this group happens on its mailing list. If you join the group, that should subscribe you to the list public-restrictedmedia

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