USACM Identifies DRM Policy Issues

In a letter to the U.S. Senate concerning S. 1621, the Consumers, Schools, and Libraries Digital Rights Management Awareness Act, USACM welcomed provisions of the Act that block government imposed DRM regulations, provide public transparency concerning the commercial use of DRM, and that require a review of DRM restrictions on research, education and communication activities.

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