DRM is bad in any form but it's ultimately something that's needed when it comes to TV shows and movies; as it stands, the proposal is interesting but there is a problem. What about the ways to access it, do we have to enter our credentials everytime we access the file, does our file have to be tied to a specific IP address, would any change cause these files to be inaccessible in any way. It does have less restrictions and it does aim to include some of the freedom that media has experienced but it still has a lot of bugs it needs to iron out before it's ready for prime time.
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I read somewhere like a year ago that we were in the Golden Age of the Internet. In a lot of ways, that is evident now. There does need to be restrictions of course, but the wide open freedom of the Interent is not as it once was. SOPA and such, are poor ways to policy the Internet, something which does need to be done, but I wonder in 10-15 years, will the Internet my children grow up with be the same as the one that developed into what it has today/in recent years...
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