The Electronic Frontier Foundation is opposing the proposed inclusion of encrypted media extensions in the HTML5 standard, saying it could bring proprietary digital rights management into what is supposed to be an open Web standard. "This proposal stands apart from all other aspects of HTML standardization: it defines a new 'black box' for the entertainment industry, fenced off from control by the browser and end-user," EFF's Danny O'Brien said in a statement.

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