Michael Geist counts through 30 days worth of
issues and suggestions about DRM for Canada.
Some key points so far being
* Clear marking and disclosure of products containing DRM.
* Rights for people to reverse engineer for educational, interoperability and inventive purposes.
The whole consumer access side of the balance is at risk with TPM's standing as insensitive barriers between people and information. Where are the responsibilities for making DRM something you can choose not to buy, to ban it from being used on medical records, or voting systems, or any other critical system. And where are the consequences for misuse of the DMCA laws?
Thanks to Tom for the link