- The W3C HTML Media Extensions working group is currently calling for consensus to advance Encrypted Media Extensions to the next maturity level. If you are a free software user that would like to lodge a formal objection against it, we'd be happy to help you write one.
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- We appreciate this activism against #DRM. EFF is still seeking an agreement from HP not mistreat users in the future. Sign their petition! https://u.fsf.org/1x1
- Looks like protests against #DRM at #W3C meetings are becoming a regular thing. First ours in March, now ANSOL and AEL's in Portugal:https://u.fsf.org/1wg
- 25 years ago Saturday, Tim Berners-Lee published the first Web page. Now he's considering some reverse innovation: #DRM in Web standards. https://u.fsf.org/1u-
James Dearing 🐲 likes this.I doubt Tim Berners-Lee is too bothered what you and I think when it comes to DRM. Besides if he goes upsetting his peers who are proponents of DRM then he may lose credibility, quite a few friends, and funding or opportunities for future projects.
I don't want DRM and neither should Tim Beners-Lee, if he can't deal with it maybe we should be looking for new W3C leadership.
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