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Firefox will get DRM copy protection despite Mozilla's concerns

The company opposes DRM but has little choice lest users be cut off from popular content services, Mozilla's CTO says

Berners-Lee and W3C approve HTML5 video DRM additions

EFF and others are irked by the decision to include video content-control extensions as part of the HTML5 spec proposed by Google, Microsoft, and Netflix


No one said it would be easy to disrupt Amazon

But one e-book device maker dares to stand up to the Goliath that buried Barnes & Noble, ate up the Washington Post

DRM sinks its fangs into HTML5, with help from Netflix, Google, and Microsoft

Backed by new allies, content cartel revives specter of digital rights management in a battle over emerging HTML5 standards

2013 National Inventors Hall of Fame inductees

Among those honored are the creators of DSL, CDMA, and the crash-test dummy

Netflix set to abandon Silverlight but introduce DRM for Web video

The HTML5 standard's battles over video codecs may now spill into copy protection arguments

Why you should sign the phone-unlocking petition right now

A lot of silly reporting has inadvertently trivialized an important proposal for roaming rights on your smartphone

iPhone jailbreaking still legal in U.S., but don't meddle with an iPad

The U.S. Librarian of Congress has renewed its jailbreaking exemption for iPhones under the DMCA

Amazon's DRM drama: Whose Kindle is it anyway?

A Kindle customer thought she owned her e-books -- until Amazon erased them overnight

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