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June 21, 2005

DRM Confusion Delays Digital Future

Stereophile: "Wider adoption of media-sharing devices will be delayed as long as content owners disagree between themselves on how they wish to benefit from DRM technologies. Technology providers, in turn, cannot develop a horizontal market for connected devices until major content providers have agreed on a common framework of DRM interoperability."

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Two articles on the havoc DRM is playing on hardware companies. First, ComputerWorld looks at how major standards setting bodies have been adversely affected (Selling Out on Standards). This is an important negative externality of DRM. There have alway... [Read More]

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