Underholdning writes: So, DRM is coming to HTML5, and various activists are on the fence about it. But — it's not a bad thing. Ars has an article claiming that DRM in HTML5 is a victory for the open web, not a defeat. . Reason being, that if HTML5 does not support DRM, then content providers will move their content away from the web and into native apps — abandoning the web.
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