DRM hardware law gets new life, new name
A piece of legislation proposed by Hollywood sock puppet Sen. Fritz Hollings (Democrat, South Carolina) requiring all electronic devices to contain copy-protection has finally been introduced, after being renamed to sound like something positive, Thomas Greene writes .
Previously known - accurately - as the Security Systems Standards and Certification Act (SSSCA), the warm and fuzzy version is now called the Consumer Broadband and Digital Television Promotion Act (CBDTPA).
Sounds laudable, doesn't it? Err no - Full Story at The Register USA