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W3Coin (W3C) Historical Price & Volume Charts
|Mkt. Cap||USD 1,162,617||Volume 24H||USD 3,765|
|Mkt. Share||0.00 %||Available Supply||54,691,433,771|
|Change % (1H)||-0.50 %||Max Supply||0|
|Change % (24H)||-5.52 %||Total Supply||99,998,988,889|
|Change % (7D)||17.12 %||Proof|
|Algorithm||Upated: 11 months ago|
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W3C adds DRM to HTML5
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W3Coin (W3C) Reviews & Critics
Last Thursday the W3C finally decided to add the EME (Encrypted Media Extensions) to the formal HTML5 specification. Not everyone was happy. For the full ....
- In reality the browser is dying with convergence of communications. Everything from ATSC 3.0 to common communications & messaging bypasses “web specific” browsing. This is the opportunity for the open source community to move forward. Also flawed is the lack of accessibility functions for disabled that are clearly defined. The FCC is abandoning their responsibility under the ADA of 2008!
- HTML will now die become proprietary swamp!
- Disaster to open & safe Internet! This will lead down the rabbit trail of government control & “edited” this is evil kills open dream for sure!
- Allowing DRM to be a standard is like allowing some companies to easily remotely disable brakes in your car so you could crash and companies that repair cars could earn more money, but wait, you should be happy, if you get hurt during a crash you or your relatives will get insurance indemnity, isn't this cool for you? DRM is a crime against users, and it mustn't be a part of the standard, we shouldn't make evil's job easier just because they want to earn more money.