The cost of anti-piracy

Monday, 28 February 2005, 11:36 AM EST

A handful of technology companies are overcharging for anti-piracy software needed for digital music stores on the internet, preventing the emergence of open standards, electronics goods makers said.

Several consumer electronics makers balk at the $1 charge for anti-piracy technology proposed by the Open Mobile Alliance, a group of handset makers, wireless telecoms operators and other technology companies.

At Wired.

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