The Electronic Frontier Foundation announced Tuesday that Boing Boing’s Cory Doctorow has been commissioned to tackle digital rights management technologies (DRM) that the rights group says threatens security, privacy, and undermines public rights and innovation.
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The group said Tuesday that Doctorow, a vocal DRM opponent, is to become a special consultant for what the group is calling the Apollo 1201 Project, “a mission to eradicate DRM in our lifetime.”
Doctorow, the EFF’s former European affairs coordinator and current BoingBoing editor, said in a statement:
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