BBC betrays the public, demands DRM for HTML5

You may have heard that a group of batshit insane entertainment shills have asked the W3C (the standards body responsible for Web standards) to put "DRM" — magic beans anti-copying stuff — into HTML5. Shamefully, the BBC — a publicly funded organisation, chartered to act in the public interest — is one of the forces pushing for adding stuff to HTML that will make your browser hide things from you, disobey you, and say "I can't let you do that, Dave." Naturally, also requires a ban on free/open source software, because if your browser is open, you could just disable the "I can't let you do that, Dave," program.