Watermarking as a Strategy for Insisting on Corporate "Creators": Is DRM the Killer App for Corporate Authorship? - Kathryn Cramer
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» SF editor: watermarks hurt artists and reward megacorps from Boing Boing
Kathryn Cramer, science fiction editor, writer and investigative blogger, has written a post on how mandatory watermarking proposals like the VEIL initiative will bone individual artists, continuing a trend that started with unfair electronic rights gr... [Read More]

» Content Lock-In and Corporate Authorship from Dr. K
It would seem that Kathryn Cramer has reached the same conclusion that I have about DRM quite independently - its not about preventing copying - it's all about content lock in or "corporate authorship" as Kathryn calls it. If digital... [Read More]

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