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VLC Developer Takes a Stand Against DRM Enforcement

October 31st, 2010 10:12 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

jamie writes “The GPL gives Apple permission to distribute this software through the App Store. All they would have to do is follow the license’s conditions to help keep the software free. Instead, Apple has decided that they prefer to impose Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) and proprietary legal terms on all programs in the App Store, and they’d rather kick out GPLed software than change their own rules.”

Source: VLC Developer Takes a Stand Against DRM Enforcement

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