Le web et les DRM

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Des DRM dans le HTML ?

The Encrypted Media Extensions (DRM in HTML5) specification does not solve the problem the authors are attempting to solve, which is the protection of content from opportunistic or professional piracy. The HTML WG should not publish First Public Working Drafts that do not effectively address the primary goal of a specification.

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DRM in HTML5
Auteurs
  • Manu SPORNY
Éditeur
The Beautiful, Tormented Machine
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BBC Attacks the Open Web, GNU/Linux in Danger
Auteurs
  • Glyn MOODY
Éditeur
ComputerWorld UK
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Trop de DRM
Auteurs
  • Karl DUBOST
Éditeur
Les Carnets de La Grange
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What I wish Tim Berners-Lee understood about DRM
Auteurs
  • Cory DOCTOROW
Éditeur
The Guardian
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Traduction française. Tim Berners-Lee ne serait pas opposé aux DRMs dans HTML 5 ?! Oula...

DRM's purpose is to give content providers control over software and hardware providers, and it is satisfying that purpose well.

Titre
Discussions about DRM
Auteurs
  • Ian HICKSON
Éditeur
plus.google.com
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Defend the Open Web: Keep DRM Out of W3C Standards
Auteurs
  • Peter ECKERSLEY
  • Seth SCHOEN
Éditeur
EFF
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Une coalition de vingt-sept organisations demande au W3C de garder les menottes numériques (DRM) hors des standards du Web
Auteurs
  • FCOUCHET
Éditeur
April
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At the W3C's advisory council meeting in Tokyo, EFF spoke to many technologists working on Web standards. It's clear to us that the engineering consensus at the consortium is the same as within the Web community, which is the same almost anywhere else: that DRM is a pain to design, does little to prevent piracy, and is by its nature, user-unfriendly. Nonetheless, many technologists have resigned themselves to believing that until the dominant rightsholders in Hollywood finally give up on it (as the much of the software and music industry already has), we're stuck with implementing it.

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Indeed, within a few weeks of EME hitting the headlines, a community group within W3C formed around the idea of locking away Web code, so that Web applications could only be executed but not examined online. Static image creators such as photographers are eager for the W3C to help lock down embedded images. Shortly after our Tokyo discussions, another group proposed their new W3C use-case: "protecting" content that had been saved locally from a Web page from being accessed without further restrictions. Meanwhile, publishers have advocated that HTML textual content should have DRM features for many years.

Titre
Lowering Your Standards: DRM and the Future of the W3C
Auteurs
  • Danny O'BRIEN
Éditeur
eff.org
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Voilà : un premier pied dans l'entrebâillement...

Titre
On Encrypted Video and the Open Web
Auteurs
  • Tim BERNERS-LEE
Éditeur
W3C Blog
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Les explication de TBL. Je ne suis pas plus convaincu...

Mozilla et les DRMs

Titre
The Bridge of Khazad-DRM
Auteurs
  • Brendan EICH
Éditeur
brendaneich.com
Date
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Reconciling Mozilla's Mission and W3C EME
Auteurs
  • Andreas GAL
Éditeur
hacks.mozilla.org
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Mozilla et les DRM : une autre perspective
Auteurs
  • Tristan NITOT
Éditeur
Standblog
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FSF condemns partnership between Mozilla and Adobe to support Digital Restrictions Management
Éditeur
Free Software Foundation
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Remarque
Traduction française
Titre
Mozilla, la pompe à fric et les principes. NON.
Auteurs
  • CEP
Éditeur
Blog Libre
Date

Implémentations

Titre
Requirements for DRM in HTML5 are a secret
Auteurs
  • Cory DOCTOROW
Éditeur
Boing Boing
Date

EEF claque la porte du W3C

In July, the Director of the World Wide Web Consortium overruled dozens of members' objections to publishing a DRM standard without a compromise to protect accessibility, security research, archiving, and competition. EFF appealed the decision, the first-ever appeal in W3C history, which concluded last week with a deeply divided membership. 58.4% of the group voted to go on with publication, and the W3C did so today, an unprecedented move in a body that has always operated on consensus and compromise. In their public statements about the standard, the W3C executive repeatedly said that they didn't think the DRM advocates would be willing to compromise, and in the absence of such willingness, the exec have given them everything they demanded.

Titre
World Wide Web Consortium abandons consensus, standardizes DRM with 58.4% support, EFF resigns
Auteurs
  • Cory DOCTOROW
Éditeur
BoingBoing
Date
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DRM's Dead Canary: How We Just Lost the Web, What We Learned from It, and What We Need to Do Next
Auteurs
  • Cory DOCTOROW
Éditeur
EFF
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Remarque
Traduction française

Les conséquences

Titre
After years of insisting that DRM in HTML wouldn't block open source implementations, Google says it won't support open source implementations
Auteurs
  • Cory DOCTOROW
Éditeur
boingboing.net
Date

Voilà. C'est pas faute d'avoir prévenu. Et comme Google Chrome représente aujourd'hui plus de 70% de part d'utilisation...

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Three years after the W3C approved a DRM standard, it's no longer possible to make a functional indie browser
Auteurs
  • Cory DOCTOROW
Éditeur
boingboing.net
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