Jeremy Keith





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Many people are—quite rightly, in my opinion—upset about the prospect of DRM landing in the W3C HTML specification at the behest of media companies like Netflix and the MPAA.



This would mean that a web browser would have to include support for the plugin-like architecture of Encrypted Media Extensions if they want to claim standards compliance.



A common rebuttal to any concerns about this is that...

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Published on April 12, 2014 05:56
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