Greg Veen

22 June 2004

Cory Doctorow on Digital Rights Management

By now, the text of the speech on Digital Rights Management technologies that Cory Doctorow recently gave to Microsoft's Research Group has been linked to so widely it's made its way nearly to the top of Google's search results for "DRM". I'm mentioning it here in case you haven't heard about it somewhere else. I highly recommend it. The speech offers a very well-put statement on an issue that's hugely important to all of us -- the ownership and control of culture.

(I've linked above to Anil Dash's HTML version of the speech text instead of Doctorow's original text version.)

Posted by Greg at 01:55 PM.

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