Firefox adopts closed-source DRM module

Firefox adopts closed-source DRM module

Postby Pry » 17 May 2014, 04:11

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Re: Firefox adopts closed-source DRM module

Postby MarcoLinux » 17 May 2014, 12:48

I believe that a big company like Mozilla, unfortunately, for commercial reasons, have to compromise, not to be excluded from certain proprietary services. After all, there Iceweasel in Debian, which is more "Free-As-In-Freedom" ...
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Re: Firefox adopts closed-source DRM module

Postby Pry » 17 May 2014, 15:04

The best way (if they really need it) is to install it the same way Flash player is installed now I guess. They should not install it by default. Yet I can hardly imagine someone watching Netflix movies using Firefox or any other browser. There are set-top boxes for that.
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