The Register – Tech watchers worried that DRM will end the Internet as we know it needn't worry, according to technologist Jim Griffin. In this interview, he explains that coming ubiquitous 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity will create new content and payment models that w ill make current problems over copyright and rights management obsolete.
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