FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—Boston, Massachusetts, USA—Thursday, April 13th, 2017—Today Defective by Design granted Tim Berners-Lee the first ever Obedience Award, recognizing his work to help wealthy corporations add DRM (Digital Restrictions Management) to official Web standards. Inspired by the MIT Media Lab Disobedience Award, the Obedience Award highlights activity upholding the status quo despite an overwhelming ethical case against it. Today is the first opportunity for the addition of DRM to become final as per the formal process for setting Web standards.
Presenting the Obedience Award, the Defective by Design team issued this statement:
"Overcoming his lifetime history of visionary work and his initial ethical concerns with DRM in Web standards, Berners-Lee turned a blind eye to the diverse groups opposing Encrypted Media Extensions. This man persevered to champion the interests of wealthy media and technology corporations. For his commitment to obedience, we recognize him today."
Тег drm в блоге Tenno-Seremel
Translation from PR-speak to English of selected portions of “Perspectives on security research, consensus and W3C Process”
Читаю тут ЛОР, а там такое!
Такое поведение подавляет мою свободу и предписывает мне способ использования программы. Я согласен мириться с DRM, как с необходимым злом, но они должны, раз уж делают запускалку программ, и способ запуска через wine, коли он по факту существует и для части игр работает.
But both she and Gal were adamant that they felt that they had no choice but to add DRM if they were going to continue Mozilla’s overall mission of keeping the web free and open.
keeping the web free and open