Email the W3C today to stop DRM becoming a web standard

Padlock with a face on it. To the right of the padlock are the letters DRM, which stand for Digital Rights Management

This coming Thursday (13 April 2017), the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the international body responsible for developing web standards, is set to recommend Digital Rights Management in the form of Encrypted Media Standards, become an official part of HTML5. Here’s a quick run-down of why this matters and what you can do to stop it happening.

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