Everybody knows that the digital locks of DRM on the digital media you own is a big problem. If you’ve bought a digital book, album, or movie, you should be able to do what you want with it—whether that’s enjoying it wherever you want to, or making it more accessible by changing the font size or adding subtitles, or loaning or giving it to a friend when you’re done. We intuitively recognize that digital media should be more flexible than its analog forebears, not less, and that DRM shouldn’t take away rights that copyright was never intended to restrict.
Parker Higgins, Yes, All DRM
À l’occasion du day against DRM, qui fête ses dix ans, Parker Higgins, de l’EFF, rappelle combien les DRM posent de multiples problèmes, et l’ensemble des DRM !
À lire également, la réaction de Cory Doctorow.