EFF asks the FTC to protect the public from Digital Rights Management

Rebecca from the Electronic Frontier Foundation sez,

EFF called on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) this week to mitigate the damage that DRM technologies cause consumers.

In public comments submitted to the FTC, EFF explained how DRM gives industry leaders unprecedented power to influence the pace and nature of innovation, not to mention risking customers' privacy rights and the security of their computers.

EFF's comments were filed in conjunction with the FTC's Town Hall on DRM, set for March 25 in Seattle. The Town Hall is free and open to the

PDF: DRM Comments

(Thanks, Rebecca!)