World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has recently voted in favor the DRM standard. Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has been fighting against it, now lost, and resigned from the W3C. Read more:
It is a tragedy that we will be doing that without our friends at the W3C, and with the world believing that the pioneers and creators of the web no longer care about these matters.
Effective today, EFF is resigning from the W3C.
Advisory Committee Representative to the W3C for the Electronic Frontier Foundation
Wow! This is big. And bad. Like breaking bad.
DRM will die one day. But it looks like it will take a few more years, court cases, and such to help it go into the ground. We could haven spent all this effort on something much more useful and productive.