Archive for February, 2006

Thoughtful Post on Google DRM by Cory Doctorow

Friday, February 17th, 2006

There is a tendency to dismiss those who argue against DRM as naive purists (or communists), but Cory Doctorow’s recent post, Google Video DRM: Why is Hollywood more important than users? argues cogently against Google’s approach to video: Google’s DRM has the potential to drastically re-shape the contours of copyright law, turning a few entertainment […]

Online Video and the Future of Broadcasting