Is Google DRM crippling culture as great as it seems?
Anyone the least bit concerned about DRM (digital rights management) technology would likely have been put off by Google co-founder Larry Page's ho hum approach to revealing the company's new proprietary media locks. And with good reason.
"We have our own DRM that we're using," Page said, during a keynote at CES. "We'll be open to other things, but (creating our own) seemed like the easier thing to do." Is Google DRM crippling culture as great as it seems? | The Register
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