France rolls over on iTunes DRM-busting law
France has given the thumbs up to the defanged version of a controversial law that would have forced Apple to open up its iTunes digital rights management (DRM).
The Dadvsi law, which originally included provisions to allow users to crack DRM and oblige Apple to interoperate with its rivals’ music download services and vice versa, gained the approval of French lawmakers yesterday.
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