Library of Congress expands list of DRMs that can be broken.
Authorised by the Librarian
The Library of Congress issued new rules outlining when it's legal to circumvent copy-protection systems.
Android apps will have their own DRM
And few have noticed
Google has rolled out a feature that adds a string of metadata to all APK files when they are signed by the developer.
Denuvo anti-tamper tech is pants
Games are being cracked a day after their launch
The hope that games publishers have placed in Denuvo anti-tamper technology and digital rights management scheme is turning out misplaced with most games being hacked within a day of their release.
World will abandon DRM in six years
Doctorow sticks to his bizarre prophecy because of tractors
Two years ago, Cory Doctorow joined the EFF's campaign to eliminate DRM within eight years and he claims that he is on target to do that thanks to tractors
Windows 10 DRM exposes Tor users
Better to stick to Linux
If you want to use the Tor browser safely to avoid your local government seeing your doings it is probably not a good idea to use Windows 10.
HP confirms DRMing its ink cartridges
Gotta keep it expensive
The maker of expensive printer ink, HP has confirmed that it has DRMed its printers so that they will only use its expensive cartridges.
Oculus realises DRM is insane
Virtual reality pioneer Oculus has woken up to the fact that installing DRM on its headsets is about as crazy as having making punters wait for months for their pre-orders to be delivered.
PS4 wide open to software pirates
Hackers from Brazil have managed to discover a new exploit for the PS4 which enables them to bypass the DRM on any software and games.
Microsoft's DRM plans for 4K
Ropes in Intel, AMD, and Nvidia
There are some very dark rumours about what Microsoft is planning for Windows 10 and the 4K television standard and it seems to have roped in Intel, AMD, Nvidia, and Qualcomm.
Sony hears the roar of fans
The #PS4NoDRM campaign a success