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Posts Tagged web2.0

DVD DRM – Do you digg it?

Digg has been the subject of a ‘cease and desist’ letter by AACS (the Advanced Access Content System Licensing Administrator), the body that oversees the digital rights management technology (commonly known as DRM) after blogs and websites began to publish the software key that breaks the encryption on HD-DVD’s. They started to remove stories posted to their social community. This caused a riot with fans of Digg, and as one user suggested a “21st Century revolt” began, as fast as Digg removed the articles they were reposted, eventually leading to Digg collapsing under the strain at one point! Digg’s founder has now decided not to censor the information saying: “If we lose, then what the hell, at least we died… Continue reading »

by Keiron on May 2nd, 2007 | Technology | No Comments » |