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  1. We call on the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and its member organizations to reject the Encrypted Media Extensions proposal (EME), which would incorporate support for Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) into HTML.

    EME would be an irreversible step backward for freedom on the Web. It would endorse and enable business models that unethically restrict users, and it would make subjugation to particular media companies a precondition for full Web citizenship. Just as Flash and Silverlight are finally dying off, we should not replace them with the media giants’ latest control fantasy.

    Furthermore, EME contradicts the W3C’s core values. It would hamper interoperability by encouraging the proliferation of DRM plugins. It would fly in the face of the W3C’s principle of keeping the Web royalty-free — this is simply a back door for media companies to require proprietary player software. It is willful ignorance to pretend otherwise just because the proposal does not mention particular technologies or DRM schemes by name.

    W3C and member organizations: don’t weave DRM into the fabric of the Web.
    http://christianengstrom.wordpress.com/2013/04/17/stop-drm-in-html5
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    http://gonzalomartin.tv/pulsiones/201...corrupcion-copias-cedro/#comment-3243
    Tags: , , por jose (2013-03-29)
  3. Ian Hickson, the googler who is overseeing the HTML5 standard at the W3C, has written a surprisingly frank piece on the role of DRM. As he spells out in detail, the point of DRM isn't to stop illegal copying, it's to stop legal forms of innovation from taking place. He shows that companies that deploy DRM do so in order to prevent individuals, groups and companies from innovating in ways that disrupt their profitability:

    1. DRM's purpose is to prevent legal innovation
    2. DRM requires onerous patent licenses
    3. DRM is incompatible with free/open code and systems

    https://plus.google.com/107429617152575897589/posts/iPmatxBYuj2
    http://boingboing.net/2013/03/20/html5s-overseer-says-drms.html
    Tags: , , , por jose (2013-03-27)
  4. Un estudio publicado esta misma mañana por el Joint Research Centre de la Unión Europea afirma algo que ya ha sido comentado en otras ocasiones: que la piratería de música en Internet no afecta negativamente a las ventas en los canales de pago

    http://www.elblogsalmon.com/sectores/la-ue-es-clara-la-pirateria-de-musica-no-perjudica-a-los-propietarios-de-los-derechos-de-autor

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/131005609/JRC79605
    http://torrentfreak.com/online-piracy...nues-european-commission-finds-130318
  5. there is too much talk of “productivity growth” per se and not enough of either distribution or political economy. If robots concentrate wealth in the hands of IP owners, wages for many workers might fall or remain stagnant. That is a problem.
    http://marginalrevolution.com/margina...raphics-self-cancelling-problems.html
  6. Mejorar los servicios del registro territorial de la propiedad intelectual, sobre obras,

    actuaciones y producciones originales protegidas por la ley de propiedad intelectual, mediante la puesta en marcha del servicio de respuesta inmediata “SERIS”, que además de poner el contenido del registro a disposición de los ciudadanos, permite obtener de forma inmediata certificados válidos para por ejemplo iniciar el procedimiento de cierre de páginas web que vulneren los derechos de autor.
    http://blogs.zemos98.org/petroglifo/2...uperheroe-andaluz-contra-la-pirateria
  7. Copia e Innovación. El mainstream por fin llega a lo que Juan Urrutia dice hace rato:

    "we innovated in creating the graphical user interface; Microsoft copied us; if our competitors simply copy us, it's impossible for us to keep innovating." Apple ended up losing the case.

    But it's what happened next that's really fascinating.

    Apple didn't stop innovating at all. Instead: they came out with the iMac. Then OS X ("Redmond, start your photocopiers"). Then the iPod. Then the iPhone. And now, most recently, the iPad
    http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2012/08/who_cares_if_samsung_copied_ap.html
    Tags: , , por Michel (2012-08-22)
  8. Desde los años 70 sólo ha nacido una empresa que pueda ser catalogada de GRANDE. Sólo en California, en ese mismo periodo, encontramos 26 nuevas empresas que llegan a esa categoría.
    http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LaNuevaIndustriaAudiovisual/~3/0R_EQIKBTX8
  9. El procedimiento administrativo muestra todo su poder: la posibilidad de que te multen con hasta 600k euros sin que un juez examine tu caso.
    http://www.eldiario.es/zonacritica/20...ue-es-mas-peligrosa-de-lo-que-parecia
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    http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LaNuevaIndustriaAudiovisual/~3/zoOP2Vn3mvc
    Tags: por jose (2012-03-25)

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