StopDRM! activists confess to DRM circumvention
Submitted by Gregory Heller on Mon, 2006-10-09 09:58
France's StopDRM had a great action last week. A few members circumvented the DRM on songs purchased from iTunes Music Store and a DVD and then they turned themselves in to Paris Police. Read the full article on Cnet.
Newsforge: Canadian Privacy Advocates proclaim 'DRM Spyware'
Submitted by PeterB on Tue, 2006-06-27 05:56
Bruce Byfield writes A coalition of public interest groups and academic privacy experts has released a public letter and background paper to the Canadian government stating their concerns about digital rights management (DRM) technologies and their legal status."
They write,"DRM is used by some copyright holders ostensibly to control access to and use of copyright works. In fact, DRM technology can be used to override fundamental privacy protections. DRM typically uses surveillance to monitor and collect detailed information about people’s access to and use of creative works.