Over many objections, W3C approves DRM for HTML5 

The decision to bless the EME specification as a W3C standard was made last week in spite of substantial opposition from organizations such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). Many opponents of this regard any attempt to impose such technical restrictions as an affront to the open Web.

Source: Over many objections, W3C approves DRM for HTML5 | Ars Technica

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