Universal content protection methods make sense, but the EFF argues that embracing DRM goes against the philosophy of the open Web.
Now that 3D printing's becoming more popular, the rush to curtail copyright infringement begins.
A new antipiracy technology is being developed by a German university. The method, called SiDiM, applies subtle changes to the text of individual ebooks, to more easily identify the source of piracy.
Sony left E3 as a big fan favorite, but decisions made by the company in the coming months could deflate that balloon.
SimCity’s server woes set a troubling precedent for PC gaming.
Toshiba, Samsung, Sony and Panasonic intend SeeQVault to control the use and copying of HD content stored on flash memory.
Whether you're looking to back up your Kindle books or read them on another device, you'll need to remove the DRM.
Phones bought after January 25 can no longer lawfully be decoupled from a carrier by the owner of the device. How did this decision come to rest with a single non-elected, non-technical, elderly librarian in Washington?
Dan Moren argues that the publishing industry's best hope of keeping competition alive is to embrace freedom from digital rights management.