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<title>SFP #1: On DRM with Cory Doctorow</title>
<title>Software Freedom Podcast #1 on Day Against DRM with Cory Doctorow</title>
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<h1>
SFP #1: On DRM with Cory Doctorow
Software Freedom Podcast #1 on Day Against DRM with Cory Doctorow
</h1>

<p newsteaser="yes">
We have a Podcast! Starting with this episode we will talk once a
We have a Podcast! Starting with this episode, we will talk once a
month with people who have inspiring ideas about software freedom. In
our very first episode of our Software Freedom Podcast we address the
issue of DRM together with Cory Doctrow. There are just very few
people that inspired so many people from the Free Software community,
like Cory Doctorow. For those listeners, who don't know him: Cory
Doctorow is a British-Canadian writer and political activist and
co-editor of the blog boingboing.net. And he is a prominent supporter
of the idea of Software Freedom and a less restrictive copyright law.
our first episode of our Software Freedom Podcast, we address the
issue of Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) together with Cory
Doctorow, a British-Canadian writer, political activist, and
co-editor of the blog boingboing.net. Cory Doctorow is a prominent
supporter of software freedom and a less restrictive copyright law.
His books are published under Creative Commons licenses.
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<p>
When we were planning the first episode, we exchanged some ideas for
possible guests. When we heard that the Day Against DRM will take
place in October we directly thought: we have to get Cory Doctorow as
our first guest on digital restriction management. In our Software
Freedom Podcast we talk about the difference between book and an
e-book with DRM, how authors and artist can make money without DRM
and lots of other questions related to this issue.
</p>

<h2>Today's "Day Against DRM"</h2>

<p>
Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) is any technology that is built
into an electronic product or service with the aim of limiting its
range of uses after purchase. It is designed to prevent customers
from using digital technology in ways that do not correspond to the
business agenda of a content provider or device manufacturer.
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<p>
DRM is a class of technologies intended to limit the use of digital
media and devices after sale. In essence, DRM refers to technology
which inhibits a particular use of digital media where that use is
not desired or intended by the hardware manufacturer, publisher or
copyright holder. Free Software is software that puts the user in
control of their own computers and devices. In contrast, Digital
Restrictions Management is technology to put the user under control
of a third party: these two goals seem fundamentally incompatible.
When we planned the first episode, we exchanged some ideas for
possible guests. When we heard that the <a
href="https://www.defectivebydesign.org/dayagainstdrm/2019">Day
Against DRM</a> will take place in October we thought: we have to get
Cory Doctorow as our first guest on Digital Restrictions Management.
In this episode of the Software Freedom Podcast, we talk about the
difference between books and an e-books with DRM, how authors and
artist can make money without DRM, security implications of DRM,
regulation of the so called "Internet of Things", and other questions
related to this issue.
</p>

<p>Read more:</p>
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