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The W3C Moves The EME Framework to "Recommendation" Status

By Christopher Levy
July 26, 2017

    Much to the chagrin of the EFF and FSF, the Web moves forward with DRM in the browser. This is an update to the ongoing saga of DRM for HTML5 using Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) which we first covered in our highly read blog post: "Cory...
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