Digital Restrictions Management and Treacherous Computing
DRM is often written as "Digital Rights Management", but this is misleading, since it refers to systems that are designed to take away and limit your rights. So, we suggest you use the term "Digital Restrictions Management" instead. We also suggest "Treacherous Computing" as a replacement for the misleading "Trusted Computing".
- DefectiveByDesign.org, FSF campaign to eliminate DRM
- Opposing Digital Rights Mismanagement, an interview of Richard Stallman by BusinessWeek Online about DRM
- Boycott Blu-Ray
- Reaction to the DRM clause in GPLv3, blog entry by David "novalis" Turner
- Free software without the freedom?, blog entry by John Sullivan about DRM
- A letter to the Boston Public Library from Richard Stallman condemning their use of DRM for public library audio books. You can help by sending your own letter to gref at bpl dot org, and by finding out if something similar is going on at your own local library. Please let us know if there is, and CC us on any letters you send at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.