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Microsoft has simplified its licensing language, but has also ditched the activation grace period.
Ubisoft has entered the digital distribution market.
Ubisoft has admitted that its Uplay software includes a serious security vulnerability.
Engineers at Microsoft, Google and Netflix have proposed an extension to the HTML5 spec that would allow for encrypted media streaming.
Rovio's chief executive Mikael Hed has seemingly spoken out in partial favour of piracy...
Ubisoft's Anno 2070 is to drop DRM that prevents graphics card swap-outs, its producer confirms.
Ubisoft has issued a patch that removes DRM from the PC version of From Dust.
Steam is offering refunds on the PC version of From Dust.
Blizzard's Jay Wilson has defended Diablo 3's always-online DRM.
Ubisoft has silently reneged on promises to remove draconian DRM from the PC version of From Dust.
Blizzard has said it is surprised by the reaction Diablo 3's DRM has recieved.
Blizzard has announced that Diablo 3 will have no mods, but will have online DRM and cash trades.
Ubisoft has described its online DRM system for PC titles as a success.
Ubisoft has announced a new UPlay system intended to thwart second hand sales.
We talk to Tom Watson MP about the Digital Economy Act and the tech culture at Parliament.
Capcom has detailed the DRM for SSFIV Arcade Edition.
The error introduced by Garry's Mod earlier today has already helped catch 2,500 pirates.
Gamers are buying games, but then downloading cracked versions to avoid DRM.
Crytek has defended the use of DRM on its games, such as Crysis 2.
EA and Bioware have explained how Dragon Age 2's DRM will work on PC.
Ubisoft appears to have silently disabled its controversial always-on DRM.
THQ has declared that it feels no sympathy for purchasers of second hand game sales.
A newly-discovered patent filed by Apple details methods of detecting jailbroken iPhones.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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