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FTC: We'll "come calling" about deceptive DRM
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Written by Daniel   
Thursday, 26 March 2009 11:50

The Federal Trade Commission held its long-awaited Seattle conference on DRM. As expected, agreement was hard to come by, but the agency made clear that it has had enough of hidden DRM schemes and companies that pull the plug on authentication servers and leave the users who didn't pirate content with nothing.

By Nate Anderson 

The Federal Trade Commission kicked off its big DRM conference in Seattle Wednesday morning by saying that the goal was not to "take sides" over the question of whether DRM is good or bad—but the conference nevertheless opened with a warning.     [ARS Technica...]     [Comments...]
 

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