Mozilla co-founder warns DRM plug-ins will proliferate under W3C proposal

10/24/2013 | Register (U.K.), The

Mozilla co-founder Brendan Eich criticized the World Wide Web Consortium's decision to allow Encrypted Media Extensions, an application programming interface used to build plug-ins for digital rights management, in its HTML5 standards. He said the choice to use an API rather than mandate a single form of DRM for the browser could create compatibility problems.

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