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French Pro-Consumer DRM Law Reportedly Gutted by Senate Committee

Categories: DRM as Market LockInternational Legal Reform

Translated Text of Key Article 7 of Bill
(courtesy Freedom-to-Tinker.com)
After much fuss, Article 7 of France’s new Copyright Bill introduced by the lower house on February 21, may have been gutted by the Senate Commission on Cultural Affairs. Among other things, that article had required DRM makers to allow anyone to build interoperable technology.

Sources: ars technica | Boing Boing | Inquirer | Engadget | MacDaily News | EE Times | ZD Net | Techweb | DRM Watch | PC Pro

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