|Subject:||Re: [libreplanet-discuss] DRM in HTML5|
|Date:||Wed, 20 Mar 2013 12:33:04 +0100|
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Le 19/03/2013 08:24, Michał 'rysiek' Woźniak a écrit :
Dnia wtorek, 19 marca 2013 o 00:23:06 Thomas Harding napisał(a):Le 18/03/2013 21:30, d.dn a écrit :Hi all, HTML5 will be a pressure to which the free Software will be confronted, but expect to see the results of the work of the W3C, and seeing the guidelines that will be taken.Considering DRM as "an obligation", the only way such a DRM would be acceptable in a W3 standard would a public domain or at option published as Free Software, not impaired by any patent algorithm. In addition, that kind of DRM would be based on a key pair owned not by licensor of content but the person who reads content, with ability to the last to register on any place she wants.Such scheme would not work. Read on.But is really any DRM needed?No. It's bad for culture, users, artists and business. As Cory Doctorow aptly put years ago (speaking, Oh The Irony, to Microsoft people): http://craphound.com/msftdrm.txt This I consider the most thorough summary of issues related to DRM available, if there are better I would love to read them.
[EN] Thanks for the links, it demonstrates very well the aberrations of the digital limitations and the formats locked.
But a question stays suspended, how was built the relation HTML5, W3C and DRM...
[FR] Merci pour les liens, cela démontre très bien les aberration des restrictions numériques et des formats verrouillées.
Mais une question reste en suspend, comment s'est crée la relation W3C, HTML5 et DRM...
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