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Tag Archives: DRM

  1. Ubisoft’s DRM as Annoying as Expected February 18, 2010

    Posted in General.

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  2. Trusted Computing Chip Hacked February 9, 2010

    Posted in Security.

    2 comments
  3. iPad is Yet Another DRM Crippled Device January 27, 2010

    Posted in General.

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  4. PS3 Finally Hacked January 25, 2010

    Posted in General.

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  5. Amazon Makes DRM-Free E-Books Easier January 21, 2010

    Posted in General.

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  6. Disney’s Response to DECE January 6, 2010

    Posted in General.

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  7. Latest Attempt at Video DRM January 5, 2010

    Posted in General.

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  8. Kindle DRM Cracked December 23, 2009

    Posted in General.

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  9. A Reason to Buy Books: Living Books December 11, 2009

    Posted in General.

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  10. Danish Copyfighter Gets Frustrating Response from Anti-Piracy Group December 3, 2009

    Posted in General.

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  11. Dane Demands Arrest for Breaking DRM December 2, 2009

    Posted in General.

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  12. Following Up for the Week Ending 11/29/2009 November 29, 2009

    Posted in Links.

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  13. DRM vs. Innovation November 29, 2009

    Posted in General.

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  14. Following Up for the Week Ending 11/15/2009 November 15, 2009

    Posted in Links.

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  15. Odd Trio Frees the Patent Database, Lulu to Start Offering DRM, and More November 9, 2009

    Posted in Links.

    2 comments
  16. A More Compelling Cost-based Argument for Open Source, The Correct Focus of Copyright Debate, and More October 10, 2009

    Posted in Links.

    3 comments
  17. Complying with Free Software Licenses, Considering Whether Open Source Has Beaten Free Software, and More September 25, 2009

    Posted in Links.

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  18. Get Your Personal Supercomputer, Asking Whether New Technology Makes Us Dumber, and More September 23, 2009

    Posted in Links.

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  19. More Debate on Defining Broadband, a Zombie Broadcast Flag, Google Launches a Project to Liberate Your Data and More September 14, 2009

    Posted in Links, Programming.

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